Frost Illustrated is an independent weekly newspaper, featuring “News & Views of African Americans” in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Established in 1968, it is Fort Wayne's oldest weekly newspaper. Frost is a member of the National Newspaper Association, The National Newspaper Publishers Association, and The Hoosier State Publishers Association, and the Greater Fort Wayne Chamber of Commerce.
The publication was a product of the 1960s and originally had several competitors providing news coverage that catered to the minority community. According to Frost Illustrated publisher, Edward Smith, the paper differentiated itself through photography, marketing itself as an "illustrated" paper.
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