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    Which of the following is slander rather than libel?
    a) A defamatory statue.
    b) A defamatory TV broadcast.
    c) A defamatory magazine article.
    d) All of the above are libel rather than slander.

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    To find the answer to this question, it's best to consult a legal dictionary, like Black's Law Dictionary, which can be accessed through various internet Web sites. Another helpful source (if available) is American Jurisprudence 2d, a "legal encyclopedia" that helps give a better understanding of the subject material.
    <br><br><br>Looking at 50 Am. Jur. 2d Libel and Slander Section 9, ...

    Solution Summary

    A defamatory TV broadcast is examined in legal terms.