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Break.com is an entertainment and humor website founded in 1998 that features comedy videos, flash games, and pictures among other material. The CEO of Break is Keith Richman. The website’s target audience is men aged 18–35.

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Tubi is a video on demand service company based in San Francisco, California, United States.It was founded in 2014 by Farhad Massoudi and Thomas Ahn Hicks. It provides free ad-supported content from Paramount Pictures, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, and Lionsgate.

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Break.com’s wiki: Break.com (formerly Big-boys.com) is an entertainment and humor website founded in 1998 that features comedy videos, flash games, and pictures among other material. The CEO of Break is Keith Richman. The website’s target audience is men aged 18–35.[3]Hist