More NewsTime Warner Welcomes Pirates

Time Warner Welcomes Pirates

Time Warner launched OfficePirates.com, a men's interest broadband site with serialized video that parodies office situations like getting fired, office flings and boss and assistant dynamics

Time Warner launched OfficePirates.com, a men’s interest broadband site with serialized video that parodies office situations like getting fired, office flings and boss and assistant dynamics. The site also hosts photos, jokes, blogs and viral elements like cards, posters and wallpaper.

While there’s a decent amount of video at launch, other areas of the site have yet to be populated by staff and user-submitted content in each of the sections.

Currently advertisements seem to be limited to display ads for Dodge and Bacardi. No preroll was available on any of the videos we watched on the site but that’s likely to come.

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