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"I checked first with my parents," Bracaj recently revealed to the esteemed literary journal .The channel’s owner says audiences haven’t stopped growing since.“In Albania, where the news is manipulated by political powers, the audience needed a medium that would present the information like it is — naked,” Zjarr TV owner Ismet Drishti told AFP. “So it was obvious that if I wanted to make it I had to be brave and offer something different.” So far her wardrobe decisions have not harmed her viewing figures according to a spokesman for the channel.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. Thanabalan strikes a winner against Indonesia The Edit: Understanding Hungry Ghosts ‘spiritual spaces’ Man with sword injures police outside Buckingham Palace Sterling stuns Bournemouth before send-off in EPL match 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.
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.
“We don’t sell sex, we reproduce the news as it is.
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.
"When I found that they also supported me in my decision, it wasn't a problem for me to go ahead like this.
I simply found a way to put myself ahead and also to ensure that my channel gets the best ratings."The proverbial powers that be were thoroughly impressed with Bracaj's audition, promptly offering her a high-profile position on an international news program.
“Nudity cannot resolve the crisis in the media, which will serve anything to the public to survive,” he said.