“It’s pathetic to have accepted such a thing just to be on screen,” wrote one online critic, while another said the move was “outrageous” and “disgustingly sexist”.
Interestingly, the president of the Union of Albanian Journalists, Aleksander Cipa, told AFP that Zjarr TV’s naked news has done little to help traditional news mediums to buck the downward trend in both audiences and sales, despite what the channel’s owner says.
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 24-year-old presenter Greta Hoxhaj, working in a state of near undress has proved to be a shortcut to glory.
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"We don't sell sex, we reproduce the news as it is.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.Hoxhaj's newfound fame has landed her a job offer in Sydney as a presenter for a soon-to-launch Australian TV channel – paying 3,000 euros (,280) a week, and requiring her to present the news topless.Prior to Hoxhaj, Enki Bracaj, a 21-year-old student, was the news anchor, who has apparently since scored a modelling gig after leaving the news channel.
But in a country where the population is largely Muslim, criticism has been rife.
“I regret nothing — in the space of three months I became a star.” But now Hoxhaj’s ‘hard work’ has landed her an offer as a news presenter down under, Sydney in fact, on a soon-to-be launched channel, with a weekly paycheck of ,590 – on the condition she keeps up the topless news reading trend.