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Topic - Louis D. Horvitz
"They do television, so their sensibilities are really great for what's going to play well, not only for the room but especially for the viewers at home," Horvitz added, though neither man saw the duo's material until Thursday afternoon.
But by showtime, the ballroom will be beautiful, and veteran live-TV producer Barry Adelman and director Louis Horvitz say they'll be ready for whatever the 70th annual Golden Globe Awards may bring.