Scan TV JSC
Scan TV is a Shareholding company and owns a Television outlet SCAN TV which specializes on economic and financial news. It is a small television by revenues and it is owned by people active in several sectors of Albanian economy, including banking, financial services, food and wholesale, retail of electronics and construction materials. The company has also a local radio with the same name. As for 2016, Scan TV had 3% of the free-to-air TV market in Albania.
Radio and Television Broadcasting
Astrit Hana is the majority shareholder of Scan TV and also owns 0.78% of Credins Bank (nominal value 800.000 EUR), the third largest bank in the country. His daughter, Elvana Hana, is the CEO of Scan TV and his son-in-law, Maltin Korkuti, is the CEO of Credins Bank.
Aleksandër Pilo is a businessman and owns 16.68% of Credins Bank, 25% of Credins Leasing, leasing company, 5% of Citypark Albania,the second largest shopping centre and 20% of a company called Tirana Shopping Centre that has no reported activity. Pilo owns also EMIGRES, a construction materials company founded in 1999.
Renis Tershana is a businessman and own s 24.3% of the shares in Credins Bank, the third largest bank in the country and is the sole shareholder of R&T, a technology company founded in 1995 with revenues of 1.8 billion Lek (USD 14 Mio) in 2016 and net profits of 50.5 million Lek (USD 393.639). He also owns 30% of Sicred, a life insurance company and 49% of Credins Leasing, a financial service company.
Thoma Minga is one of the founders of MediaSat shareholding company which was later rebranded into Scan TV. He has no other known affiliated interests.
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Radio and Television Broadcasting
Scan TV (100%)
Credins Bank (45.43%)
Credins Leasing (76%)
City Park (5%)
Bloja Sh.A (45.7%)
TBS 96 LLC (100%)
Affiliated Interests Founder
Agim Ramaj, Ilir Goci, Thoma Minga, Adrian Pere – on 8 May 2000, a joint-stock company named MediaSat was founded with shareholder capital of 2 Мio. Lek (USD 13.691,00) with shareholders Agim Ramaj (40%), Thoma Minga (30%), Adrian Pere (20%) and Ilir Goci (10%). The company operated a TV station called TV ATN1. In 2010, the name of the company and the station was changed to TV SCAN.
Agim Ramaj – the brother-in-law of Sali Berisha, the Former President (1992-1997) and Former Prime Minister (2005-2013), is a businessman active in the construction sector through MARTINI LLC, founded in 1996. Ramaj sold his shares of MediaSat in 2006 to Astrit Hana (20%) and to Artan Kripa (20%).
Ilir Goci – sold his shares in 2006. He has no other known affiliated interests.
Thoma Minga – has 10.57% of shares in the company. He has no other known affiliated interests.
Adrian Pere – has 5.28% of shares and has no other known affiliated interests.
Rruga AleksanderMoisiu, Ish-Kinostudiu
Tax/ ID Number
Revenue (Financial Data/ Optional)
0.96 Mio. $ / 123.3 Mio. Lek
Operating Profit (in Mill. $)
0.0092 Mio. $ / 1.25 Mio. Lek
Advertising (in % of total funding)
Artan Kripa – is a member of the Supervisory Board of Scan TV
Adrian Pere – is the Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Scan TV and a minority shareholder of the company.
Astrit Hana – is a member of the Supervisory Board and the main shareholder of the company.
Scan TV is a Shareholding company. Its ownership structure and financial statements are published in the Albanian National Business Registry. For the purpose of evaluating weight of assets and revenues of this company in the media market, MOM team has calculated the value of assets, revenues and profits of 8 TV groups and two pay per view platforms. The companies included in the calculation are as follows: DigitAlb, Tring, Top Channel, Klan, Media Vizion, Multiscreen, Focus Media News, ABC News, Ora News and Scan.
The financial data provided are for 2016. The Central Bank's average exchange rate for 2016 was used to convert the amounts into USD.
Audience share for Top TV stations was provided by Abacus Research and Telemetrix for 2017, the data are conflicting that’s why both audience shares are presented.