2A:43-3. Broadcasters; liability for statements of candidates for public office
The owner, licensee or operator of a visual or sound radio broadcasting station or network of stations, hereinafter referred to as a broadcaster, and any agent or employee of any such broadcaster, shall not be liable for any damages for any statement, published or uttered in or as a part of a visual or sound radio broadcast, by any legally qualified candidate for public office, when such broadcast is made under the provisions of Federal law and regulations governing broadcasts by candidates for public office which deny to a broadcaster the power of censorship over the material broadcast.
L.1956, C.50, p. 101, s.1, eff. May 22, 1956.
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