Albania debuted in the first edition of the North Vision Song Contest with RTSH. It withdrew during the fourth edition and returned to the fifth with Klan TV. After They once again in the seventeenth edition, they returned in the 18th edition, changing again back to RTSH.
Albania has so far competed in a total of twenty-eight shows ‒ one pre-qualification round, seventeen semi-finals and nine finals.The country has mostly competed at the second semi-finals, usually at the middle spots. In the first semi-final is usually allocated at the second halves, while in the second semi-final in the first halves.
The North Vision Awards (formerly known as the After-show Awards) is a ceremony held to honor the artists and songs of the editions. Albania has received two awards out of the nine nominations of the Albanian artists and songs.
Since the fourth edition, the betting odds are presented after the sneak peeks have been posted. They give a vague view on which countries are likely to win the competition. Albania's highest score at the betting odds have been sixth at the sixth edition.
The contest takes place during the actual contest, usually during the final of the respective edition. It is not an televised event, but only through YouTube. In order for an OGAN fan club to participate in the contest, it is required to have a public national selection held for the respective edition. Every OGAN club can only have one entry. The song can be only selected internally and cannot be changed after it was selected. The selected song must be from the final of the selection unless the selection has not the format of the semi-finals and final.
Albania has never won OGAN, until now. Their best result is third achieving at the eigth edition. OGAN Albania has never hosted the event.
The contest is only for European artists under the age of 16. RTSH has made only internal selections, so far. Kanita Suma was the first representantive of Albania. Albania's best result is one first place (with Kanita Suma).