The presenters on Albanian TV station Fire TV host the news bra-less, with only waistcoats and blazers covering their breasts. Albanian news reader Greta Hoxha makes some headlines of her own, by presenting her bulletin bra-less with only a nude coloured blazer protecting her modesty. Hoxha, 24, is a presenter for TV station Fire TV, which caused a media storm when it took the decision to have near topless women host its news output. Hoxha replaced original open-topped presenter Enki Bracaj, 21, who was fired after agreeing to pose for Playboy. Despite treading on very thin ice by screening nearly naked women in deeply conservative Albania, station bosses could not run the risk of having an employee appearing completely topless.
It features naked women reading news bulletins derived from news wires. There are 6 new daily programs a week, that run approximately minutes in length. Naked News TV! The show often recruits women from around the world, to either appear as guest reporters, or to appear on a regular basis. Their audition feature, where amateur women try out for the program, is one of their most popular segments and generates the most feedback from its viewers. Another segment that generates a lot of interest is called Naked In The Streets.
TV newsreader gives us the naked truth - by presenting bulletins bra-less
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From August 16th, news hounds can look forward to watching the latest developments from around the world in the company of presenter Samantha Page who will go from newsreader to nude reader in a matter of minutes. The programme is set to go head to head with News At Ten on ITV which is presented by Sir Trevor McDonald, a man who, like most newsreaders, prefers to keep his clothes on when discussing the complexities of the Middle East. A spokesperson for Get Lucky TV said this week that despite the naked element, the news itself would not be dumbed down. Although with segments such as Sports Buffs har har and Naked At the Movies it may prove difficult for viewers to keep a straight face. Billed as "news with nothing to hide", this pared-down style of bulletin which began on the Internet has so far proved successful on television in the US, Italy, Russia and Australia.