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    Koha Jone newspaper online

    About Koha Jone Albanian online newspaper : Koha Jone newspaper is Albanian language newspaper in Albania. Koha-jone is only the first independent pluralistic press in Albania. Frangaj Alexander offered in March 2007, 100% of the shares , to his partner. Koha Jone newspaper joined the group that owns and runs TV Klan, one major TV in Albania.

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    More about Koha Jone newspaper : In 1992, Koha Jon? was Albania's biggest journal with 34,000 copies circulation. The second most widely read daily newspaper was the daily in 1995, with 30 000 copies circulating. In 2002, the journal circulated 7,833 copies. The paper first was released by Nikolle Lesi and Aleksand?r Frangaj in Lezhe on 11 May 1991 and, some time afterwards, the headquarters were transferred in Tirana[2]. The journal was managing manager and editor in chief respectively Nikolle Lesi & Alexander Frangaj. When he purchased Frangaj, which had 40 percent of its stock, in 1996, Lesi became the sole proprietor of the journal.