RealAudio developer Progressive Networks Inc. has commissioned filmmaker Spike Lee to create three 5-minute movies for viewing on the company's new RealPlayer Internet video platform.
The films, being shown now on Progressive's Web site at www.real.com/, chronicle a monologue by actor John Turturro, a tap dance routine by Broadway star Savion Glover and students learning on the Internet at a Brooklyn, N.Y., school.
The RealPlayer software "streams" live video feeds to viewers over the Internet.
Progressive is based in Seattle.
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