A.J. Clemente joins Steven Tyler, Tom Hanks, Bob Beckel, Joe Flacco and many others - not to mention Howard - in an infamous club.
It was ironic that all three major network morning show personalities. including NBC's, seemed to relate in the aftermath to the faux pas.
I'll leave it to others to decide whether this latest incident sets a precedent or is a cautionary tale, but before you count on "a light touch" from regulators, my advice is to live by that simple rule we all learned during the first day at broadcast school:
Treat every microphone as if it's ON.
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