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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | August 21, 2007
For the past month, the banner on Buontempo Brothers restaurant on Main Street in Bel Air has been urging viewers to "watch and vote for Bel Air's own Julienne Irwin on America's Got Talent." The message has been heard: In recent weeks, the 14-year-old country singer has steadily advanced to the final four of the hit NBC talent contest. Tonight, the winner of the $1 million prize on television's highest-rated summer show will be announced. But whether the rising freshman at Harford Christian School in Darlington takes home the money, she is already the beneficiary of one of the most successful marketing campaigns of the TV year - a skillful job of packaging the teen's image and voice that all but guarantees her a recording contract and singing career.
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September 6, 2011
What an event Baltimore put on this past weekend! I'm living in Wisconsin now, and let me tell you Baltimore shined in more ways then one with the Grand Prix. I was in a local watering hole watching the race and was amazed at the comments the people were making about Baltimore, all positive. It made me proud to say I am from Baltimore, and everyone in the bar knew that. The views from the TV standpoint were awesome. I'm hoping next year I will be there and try to make this an annual event to attend.
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By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2010
With the talent show once again dominating the ratings as the most watched show on summertime television with a nightly audience of 12 million, Julienne Irwin looked back at her breakthrough run in the summer of 2007 and how it shaped the performer that area fans will see this weekend at the Inner Harbor. Julienne Irwin, the teenage country singer who lit up summertime TV three years ago as a finalist on NBC's "America's Got Talent," is 17 now and a rising senior at Bel Air High School.
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By David Zurawik, The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2010
With the talent show once again dominating the ratings as the most watched show on summertime television with a nightly audience of 12 million, Julienne Irwin looked back at her breakthrough run in the summer of 2007 and how it shaped the performer that area fans will see this weekend at the Inner Harbor. Julienne Irwin, the teenage country singer who lit up summertime TV three years ago as a finalist on NBC's "America's Got Talent," is 17 now and a rising senior at Bel Air High School.
SPORTS
November 22, 2007
Each week, Sun columnists, NFL reporters and a guest will pick NFL games (not against the spread). Last week's guest, Scott Garceau of WMAR-TV, went 11-5. Overall, the guests are 103-57. This week's guest is Julienne Irwin of Bel Air, a contestant on America's Got Talent. Mike Preston 13-3 103-57 Lions Cowboys Colts Jamison Hensley 9-7 99-61 Lions Cowboys Colts Edward Lee 14-2 99-61 Packers Cowboys Colts Peter Schmuck 12-4 98-62 Lions Cowboys Colts Don Markus 12-4 96-64 Packers Cowboys Colts Rick Maese 11-5 95-65 Packers Cowboys Colts David Steele 11-5 93-67 Lions Cowboys Colts Julienne Irwin Packers Cowboys Colts
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November 23, 2007
This week's guest is Julienne Irwin of Bel Air, a contestant on America's Got Talent. Jamison Hensley Chargers, 19-13 Field goals will again beat the Ravens, but no controversial ones this time. Edward Lee Chargers, 6-5 How delicious is this? A matchup between two offensive "gurus" in Brian Billick and Norv Turner. Rick Maese Chargers, 24-13 The only intrigue that remains: Can the Ravens avoid dropping their final 10 games of the season? Don Markus Chargers, 24-21 Nate Kaeding's game-winning field goal will hit both uprights.
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September 6, 2011
What an event Baltimore put on this past weekend! I'm living in Wisconsin now, and let me tell you Baltimore shined in more ways then one with the Grand Prix. I was in a local watering hole watching the race and was amazed at the comments the people were making about Baltimore, all positive. It made me proud to say I am from Baltimore, and everyone in the bar knew that. The views from the TV standpoint were awesome. I'm hoping next year I will be there and try to make this an annual event to attend.
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July 30, 2007
INSIDE TODAY WHAT THEY'RE SAYING TODAY'S SUN COLUMNISTS Space cadets? The news of drunk astronauts means we may have to reassess our popular image of the brave men and women who go rocketing to the heavens. Today baltimoresun.com/cowherd An escape from reality Yesterday's Hall of Fame celebration was a welcome respite from the polluted sea of what we call professional sports. For one day, we didn't have to think about a return to reality. Sports baltimoresun.com/schmuck OTHER VOICES Rick Maese on Ripken's induction -- Front page Michael Dresser on traffic matters -- Maryland 5 THINGS TO DO TODAY Marilyn Manson -- See Marilyn Manson and Slayer at Merriweather Post Pavilion, 10475 Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia, at 7 p.m. Tickets are $30-$45 and are available through Ticketmaster.
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By DAVID ZURAWIK and DAVID ZURAWIK,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | May 20, 2008
ON TV American Idol airs its two-part finale at 8 tonight and 8 p.m. tomorrow on WBFF, Channel 45. The Idol effect, from top * Shifted when networks broadcast our favorite shows, (Kiefer Sutherland of 24) * Brought black and white sudiences together. (Karina Smirnoff and Mario of Dancing with the Stars) * Helped introduced young people to voting. (Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton) * Made TV more commercial than ever * Resurrected the variety show. (Julienne Irwin of America's Got Talent)
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,sun television critic | July 31, 2007
Julienne Irwin, the 14-year-old country singer from Bel Air, has received almost as much praise for her demeanor as her voice from the judges on NBC's top-rated summertime series America's Got Talent. "You are such a great role model for other girls in this country," Sharon Osbourne said after Julienne sang "Bless the Broken Road" last week to advance to the Final 10. "You don't flaunt what you've got. You dress appropriately -- you're just great." On TV America's Got Talent airs at 8 tonight on WBAL, Channel 11.
SPORTS
November 23, 2007
This week's guest is Julienne Irwin of Bel Air, a contestant on America's Got Talent. Jamison Hensley Chargers, 19-13 Field goals will again beat the Ravens, but no controversial ones this time. Edward Lee Chargers, 6-5 How delicious is this? A matchup between two offensive "gurus" in Brian Billick and Norv Turner. Rick Maese Chargers, 24-13 The only intrigue that remains: Can the Ravens avoid dropping their final 10 games of the season? Don Markus Chargers, 24-21 Nate Kaeding's game-winning field goal will hit both uprights.
SPORTS
November 22, 2007
Each week, Sun columnists, NFL reporters and a guest will pick NFL games (not against the spread). Last week's guest, Scott Garceau of WMAR-TV, went 11-5. Overall, the guests are 103-57. This week's guest is Julienne Irwin of Bel Air, a contestant on America's Got Talent. Mike Preston 13-3 103-57 Lions Cowboys Colts Jamison Hensley 9-7 99-61 Lions Cowboys Colts Edward Lee 14-2 99-61 Packers Cowboys Colts Peter Schmuck 12-4 98-62 Lions Cowboys Colts Don Markus 12-4 96-64 Packers Cowboys Colts Rick Maese 11-5 95-65 Packers Cowboys Colts David Steele 11-5 93-67 Lions Cowboys Colts Julienne Irwin Packers Cowboys Colts
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,SUN TELEVISION CRITIC | August 21, 2007
For the past month, the banner on Buontempo Brothers restaurant on Main Street in Bel Air has been urging viewers to "watch and vote for Bel Air's own Julienne Irwin on America's Got Talent." The message has been heard: In recent weeks, the 14-year-old country singer has steadily advanced to the final four of the hit NBC talent contest. Tonight, the winner of the $1 million prize on television's highest-rated summer show will be announced. But whether the rising freshman at Harford Christian School in Darlington takes home the money, she is already the beneficiary of one of the most successful marketing campaigns of the TV year - a skillful job of packaging the teen's image and voice that all but guarantees her a recording contract and singing career.
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August 14, 2007
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