Media Campaigns

Media Campaigns

NYC Smoke-Free at Public Health Solutions, in partnership with the NYS Tobacco Control Program, applies hard-hitting media campaigns to shift the social norms regarding tobacco use. We have utilized various forms of media to educate and advocate for the reduction in tobacco retail and tobacco marketing, the expansion of smoke-free outdoor spaces, the availability of smoke-free housing, and the end of tobacco sales in pharmacies.  Our ads have appeard on telephone kiosks, bus shelters, ferries and a myriad of print media throughout New York City. Over the past several years, we have launched a number of successful media campaigns to support our tobacco control and smoke-free policy initiatives.

2019 Campaigns

"Menthol: Big Tobacco Targets our Communities"


2018 Campaigns

Seen Enough Tobacco Day


2017 Campaigns

"Smoke-Free Housing Should Not be Out of Reach"



2016 Campaigns

"Everyone Deserves a Smoke-Free Start"

NYC Smoke-Free Housing Ad, "Smoke-Free Start" in English | Español | 中文 | Русский

2014/2015 Campaigns


    The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and New York Daily News are some of the top media outlets that featured this photo.

    NYC Smoke-Free's high-profile City Hall ad campaign is raising awareness for smoke-free housing.

    2014 Campaigns



    2012/2013 Campaign

    2011 Campaign

    • "Tobacco Marketing Works"  Airms to educate New Yorkers about the impact of point-of-sale tobacco marketing on youth.

    2010 Campaigns

    • What’s in Store for our Kids?”  Aims to educate New Yorkers about the prevalence and impact that tobacco products and point-of-sale marketing efforts have on youth smoking initiation.

    • She Saw Cigarette Butts by The SeaShore”  Aims to educate New Yorkers about the benefits of tobacco free outdoor parks and beaches. The campaign raises awareness of the environmental impact of tobacco litter, dangers of secondhand smoke and influence on children when tobacco use is not restricted.