Naked Brexit protester strips off again for Good Morning Britain appearance | Metro News
Tirana, Albania — Faced with tough competition to win over audiences, an Albanian TV channel is taking a literal approach towards giving viewers the "naked" truth -- by employing almost-topless newsreaders. Wearing open jackets and nothing underneath, the young women reading the headlines on Zjarr TV are an unprecedented sight in the conservative Balkan country, where they indonesia seks appeared newscaster television and Internet screens last year. It's both symbolic and good publicity," said Drishti, who plans to launch French and English language bulletins with "bare information" following the same model.
For year-old presenter Greta Hoxhaj, working in a state of near undress has proved to be a shortcut to glory.
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Every evening at 7: Her stripped down look "is only for television, for information," said the presenter, who also studies law and psychology when she's not in the studio. Preceding her in the anchor job was Enki Bracaj, a year-old student, whose bare bulletins went viral in strip Balkans and made international headlines. Officially she left because she was unhappy with her salary, but according to her colleagues, she managed to land a job as a model at a fashion magazine.
Zjarr TV is not the only place where female anchors have gone bare — in Venezuela, for example, a presenter on a news website stripped naked last year to toast her country's success in the Copa America football championships. But in traditional Albania, home to a mostly Muslim population of about three million, the risque presenting style has caused a stir on Facebook and other social media sites.
But Hoxhaj said she was not affected by such reactions, insisting: Aside from social networks, Zjarr TV has incited little reaction newscaster feminist groups or journalist associations in Albania. Aleksander Cipa, President of the Union of Albanian Journalists, said Zjarr Strip tactics did little to help traditional news outlets as they struggle with declining audiences and sales. TV news presenter Greta Hoxhaj said working in a state of near undress has proved to be a shortcut to glory.