A.J. Clemente, TV news anchor known for blooper, to teach journalism students

TV news blooper to teacher

NEW YORK - The first time he set foot on a news set, he created a blooper that caught fire on social media.  A.J. Clemente is now sharing his plans for his future.

Clemente is best known for his first few seconds as an anchor on the Bismarck NBC affiliate KFYR.  His first two words were curse words.  Following the incident, Clemente was featured on NBC's "Today" and the "Late Show with David Letterman." 

Mediabistro, which provides news and job information about the media industry, showcased the article from "Tuned In."  Clemente told the interviewer he is currently working as a bartender in Delaware, but he has additional plans.

Clemente says he has signed on to teach a seven-week broadcasting class at a private school in New York.  He says the students are international and he hopes to share his passion for the field.

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