Super Bowl hits all-time ratings mark; Charter mum on service outage

More cable news from around the Web:

> Nielsen metered market overnight rates show Sunday's Super Bowl scored a 49.7 rating/72 share, which would make it the highest rated Super Bowl of all time. Story

> AMC Networks' Josh Sapan and Arris' Alex Swan highlight the 16 Cable Pioneer inductees for 2016. Story

> A former Comcast employee stands accused by federal investigators of creating dummy retirement accounts and using them to steal $125,000 from the cable conglomerate. Story

> AOL announced layoffs of 150 advertising employees after the emergence of programmatic advertising rendered their jobs superfluous. Story

> Tech blog GigaOm has laid out a detailed overview of New York City's plan to create a public Wi-Fi network. Story

> German broadcast group ProSiebenSat.1 has re-upped its program licensing agreement with Twentieth Century Fox TV Distribution. Story

And finally … Charter Communications is saying little about a service outage that began Friday morning. Story

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