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Briland's Kayleaser Moss Awarded By Fox News Channel
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Posted by:Sep 8th 2004, 03:38:29 pm
KayPPsaI want to say thank you to all of you in Briland for your well wishes. My childhood in briland has been one of great memories and all that I try to be, Briland plays a big part of it. Again, Thank you.
Posted by:Aug 31st 2004, 12:23:43 pm
Fig Tree News TeamBahamian on the rise in New York City

Bahamian Television Producer/Actress [and native Harbour Islander], Kayleaser P. Moss was awarded the First Fox News Channel Apprentice Award along with three other Fox employees recently. From a selected few, Ms. Moss was chosen for this trailblazing award established for those considered rising stars of the Company. It was presented to her by Fox News Channel’s CEO, Roger Ailes, during a Luncheon and Awards Ceremony.

Based in New York City, she works as an Associate/Field Producer for Fox’ News Specials and Events. Some recent specials produced were: You Decide 2004’s Democratic and Republican Conventions, The Ronald Reagan Funeral and the 60th Anniversary of D-Day among others. Last year on the Fox Magazine, The Pulse, she was Segment Producer for the Fox Broadcast Mega Hit show, American Idol (2003).

In an effort to give back to the Bahamian community, she established the KAPMESA Scholarship Award (Kayleaser P. Moss Excellence Scholarship Award. The award honors a graduating student with academic and community leadership ability at the Harbour Island All-Age High School. The first winner and class valedictorian was Tamika Roberts.

Kayleaser continues her performing arts career as an actress on stage and television as well. For more information see


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