A spokesperson for the channel said: 'Most agree that her presentation style is somewhat awkward, but we are working on that and to be honest it doesn't seem to be doing any harm to her viewing figures.'Bracaj's popularity has already spread wider that her native Albania after she introduced a report about Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic.The video has been widely shared in neighbouring Serbia.I always find hilarious reading topics like “the perfect woman”, “how to seduce a man”, “10 naughty secrets”, ” 30 things to do to a naked man” , “how to land a date”, and so on…
In a confusing move, the network has replaced Bracaj, not with a more conservative anchor that’s not going to strip down for Playboy, but with an even more topless news anchor.
Bracaj's topless successor is Greta Hoxha, as seen above.
Tirana (AFP) - 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 first appeared on television and Internet screens last year.
If Bracaj can't keep her job with a gimmick like that there's no hope for the rest of us.
We gebruiken cookies om inhoud en advertenties relevanter te maken en je een veiligere ervaring te bieden.France’s Macron sets out his vision in Versailles speech Migrant workers flee Thailand following new labour laws Shell to remove standees of model after cut-outs ‘molested’ Widodo: Indonesia’s reputation of moderate Islam intact TIRANA, Feb 29 — 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.The channel’s owner says audiences haven’t stopped growing since.For 24-year-old presenter Greta Hoxhaj, working in a state of near undress has proved to be a shortcut to glory."I worked hard for five years in local television where I remained unnoticed," a cheerful and relaxed Hoxhaj told AFP in the studio, while her face was made up for the cameras."I regret nothing -- in the space of three months I became a star."Every evening at 7.30 pm, Hoxhaj reads the news in a revealing and preferably pink jacket, but she was quick to point out that she dresses like other women of her age in everyday life.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.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.