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Today on the Net: comScore’s April numbers show YouTube dominating, Hulu flat and Vevo taking a big leap; NBC chief Jeff Zucker will get a $30-$40 million exit deal after the Comcast deal closes and Steve Jobs says Google and Adobe are picking fights with Apple.

YouTube Dominates Online Video Views; YouTube dwarfed other competitors in April, dominating the attention of 135 million Web surfers, who watched more than 13 billion videos on the service, according to comScore. (NY Times) Meanwhile, Hulu’s growth curve flattens out (MediaMemo) and Vevo has climbed to No. 4 on comScore’s list. (VentureBeat)

NBC Boss Eyes $30M+ Exit; GE has finalized details of Jeff Zucker’s exit deal from NBC Universal, with an exit package of roughly $30 million to $40 million, according to sources. (NY Post)

Apple’s Jobs: Google and Adobe Picked Fights With Us; Apple CEO says his company isn’t trying to wage a war on everyone, but everyone else is trying to start a fight with Apple. (VentureBeat)

Video Will Be 91% of All IP Traffic by 2014; Cisco forecasts global IP traffic will increase 4.3 times though 2014, and that video will be the primary driver, accounting for 91% of traffic by 2014. (VideoNuze)

Google Ventures Invests in Social TV App Miso; Bazaar Labs, the startup behind an iPhone application that lets users share what movies and TV they’re watching, just revealed Google Ventures has participated in its seed round. (VentureBeat)

bee.tv Launches iPhone App for Programming Recommendations; the startup has announced the availability of a free iPhone app that enables users to receive personalized recommendations for real-time broadcast programming and online TV shows and movies. (InteractiveTV Today)

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