Wall Street Journal
In June of 2009 our friend Ben Blackwell of Third Man Records gave a reporter from the Wall Street Journal a tour of URP. You can see their piece on it here:
Travel Channel: Passport To Great Weekends With Samantha Brown
In March of 2009 Samantha Brown and her crew from Great Weekends on the Travel Channel stopped by to shoot for their Nashville episode.
Relient K drummer, Ethan Luck, posted this tour of United he took.
Made In America
On August 24th, 2007, John Ratzenberger and his Ratzenberger Productions team visited United Record Pressing to shoot for an episode of his show "Made In America" which airs on the Travel Channel. This episode premiered on Wednesday April 9th but still get replayed on the Travel Channel so check your local listings.
USA Today (click for article)
Record Maker Puts His Stamp on Music History
A&E Cable Channel
A&E Cable TV came to video United as part of its Historical and Biographic
story about "Sun Records". This label and United pressed Elvis, Jerry Lee
Lewis and many others. This show aired in June of 2000 with a two hour sunday
Billboard Magazine ( Click for article)
This is a great read, it's an article about Jack White's latest project Dead Weather. He mentions URP in the article.
This site helps people get their music made various different ways and enlisted one of URP's employees to write Vinyl 101 (PDF) which is an overview of vinyl for the novice.
A United employee hosted folks from Third Man Records, Subpop Records, Warner Music Group and Vinyl Collective on a panel titled "How To Make Money with Vinyl" you can stream it here.
CNBC (click for article)
Vinyl Records: Old Sound Is New Again - 6/11/07
FoxNews.com (click for article)
Vinyl-Record Pressing Plant Still Doing Good Business.
MSNBC (click for article)
Plant has needle on the pulse of vinyl fanatics - 2/23/07
Nashville Business Journal (click for article)
Still Groovy: After more than 40 years, vinyl still rules at United Record
Nashville Scene (click for article)
The Colorful Past and Promising Future of United Record Pressing
Rolling Stone (click for article)
Vinyl Returns in the Age of MP3. Includes an interview with Cris Ashworth CEO of United Record Pressing