Where To Watch Superbowl Ads Online

To watch 2008 commercials, go here.

If you are not sick of the already saturated coverage about the ads, watch the ads themselves online. I don’t understand the game, but rooting for Colts, if only because I went to school at IU.
Anyway, online, go to CBS Sportsline here for Superbowl ads, posted after every quarter of the game. The iFilm has an excellent section built here, along with archives from previous years.
And then of course YouTube will have them here.
AdAge has a list of who all are advertising this year….not many dotcoms or technology players.
All of them starting in about five hours from now.
Staci adds: Five hours later … I made it back from my road trip in time for kick-off. I’ll offer the true fan’s mantra: please let this be a great game that goes down the last play — whoever wins. As for the ads, hard to think anything could be more hyped than the game itself but I think we’ve hit that point this year amped even more by the online component. Memo to Belo (NYSE: BLC) and Charter: neither of you come off very well as I sit here watching sans HD because the two of you can’t get your act together and come to an agreement. It’s the second year in a row we don’t have the SB in HD; last year, it was because of Sinclair.
— Just got a note from AOL (NYSE: TWX) reminding me that they have the ads, too. User can vote. It would help if they promoted that on their own front page. USAToday.com has the ad meter.
— Richard Sandomir writes about the altered ad cycle, where releasing a spot online early can create buzz, and about ads as content that can be smacked by bad reviews.