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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Cox On Affordability Measures’ Impact

Cox Communications President Mark Greatrex was at the National Press Club in D.C. Thursday to tout the impact of the Affordable Connectivity Program and other affordable internet programs the cable operator

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