Time Warner’s [TWX] entire board was re-elected during a kinder, gentler annual meeting Fri in CA. Former chmn Steve Case received the lowest show of support at 93%. At last year’s meeting in VA, Case was re-elected by just 78% of shareholders. — Three more people were convicted in Jefferson County, CO, last week in the Kidztime scam; the total is 11. It was originally known as Children’s Cable Network (idea was kids programming on leased channels). Allegedly, nearly 4K people were fleeced of almost $47mln in unregistered securities. — Comcast [CMCSA] and the city of Modesto, CA, appear to have settled their court cases over the MSO’s alleged violation of electrical grounding requirements. Comcast will pay $50K in fines and $100K in grants for youth recreation programs sponsored by the city, the City Council’s upcoming agenda says.

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