Super Bowl ads you missed

NEW YORK (AP) — If you missed any of the Super Bowl ads your friends and co-workers are talking about, Hulu, CBS and YouTube are among the websites that let you watch them.

Hulu

www.hulu.com/adzone

Click on that link and sit back. Hulu will run through the top Super Bowl ads, ranked by the number of “likes” on Facebook. Wait a few seconds after one finishes for Hulu to automatically play the next one. Skip any ad by clicking on the next one on the menu underneath.

Or choose any of the ads, presented alphabetically by the name of the advertiser.

CBS Sports

www.cbssports.com/nfl/superbowl/commercials

CBS Corp.’s sports site has about 60 ads available, including nine from Coca-Cola set aside in a separate section. The remaining ads are sorted by quarter, so you can jump to just the ads shown during the third quarter of the game, for instance. Don’t count the groupings as authoritative, though. A few of the spots appeared to be placed in the wrong order.

What CBS doesn’t have is a listing of all the ads arranged by brand name. You can only sort by brand name within each quarter.

YouTube

www.youtube.com/adblitz

You can browse about 50 ads, choose a specific brand from a list or view ads by quarter or halftime.

One flaw with the Google-owned site: Once you click on an ad to watch, it takes over the page. When you return to your menu of ads, the video stops. YouTube does automatically play another ad when you’re done, but not in any apparent order.

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