CBS EcoMedia

CBS EcoMedia Inc. is propelled by the desire to create positive social change. That’s been their mission since they founded the company in 2002. In 2008, after successfully partnering with CBS on a wide-range of environmental projects, they became the newest addition to the CBS Corporation portfolio, exponentially scaling their reach across television, radio, interactive, publishing and outdoor media. Through their patent-pending EcoAd program, an innovative twist on traditional advertising, advertisers are able to support much-needed local environmental projects which, in turn, creates jobs, saves taxpayer money, and improves the environment. In the process, EcoMedia has fundamentally altered the advertising landscape, elevating the ordinary commercial – and media, in general – into a catalyst for tangible, quantifiable social change. 

Volunteers of America and CBS EcoMedia are working together to identify and realize environmental improvement projects in low-income housing nationwide. The goal of this partnership is to make housing for the country’s most vulnerable citizens more energy efficient, thus decreasing living expenses for those on fixed incomes, while improving the environment.

Through CBS EcoMedia Inc.’s innovative EcoAd program, corporate advertisers will provide financial support for the projects, which will include the installation of solar panels, lighting retrofits and additional technologies that lower energy costs. CBS EcoMedia also funds projects supported by leading environmental, wellness and education nonprofits with Ad Dollars, further improving the quality of life in communities nationwide.

Visit to learn more about the improvements EcoMedia is making in communities across the country. 

To learn more about becoming a Corporate Partner, please contact Brigid Sheehan at or (212) 496-4312.

EcoMedia and Bank of America Beautify Two VOA-GNY Veterans Residences

To learn more about becoming a corporate partner or sponsor, please contact Rachel Weinstein, our VP/Chief Development & Communications Officer:
Phone: (212) 496-4305