Driss Sekkat

Driss Sekkat is the CEO of All Access Networks, an award-winning and critically acclaimed production company with expertise in original and brand-driven content for scripted and unscripted television , including video, digital and messaging content development, as well as strategy development and placement execution across both traditional and social media outlets. Driss has won some of the industry’s most prestigious awards, producing original content in over 15 countries in multiple languages. Most recently, Mr.Sekkat was hired to launch the first financial Over-The-Top (OTT) network of its kind, TD Ameritrade Network. As the executive producer, Driss has led the network’s launch of 8 hours of original programming.

Driss Sekkat

info@allaccessnetworks.com

( 202 ) 763 1926

  • 2016-2017

    Mr. Sekkat was contracted by Jefferson Waterman International, an international political consultant firm, with the specific task of conceptualizing, creating, establishing, and leading JWI’s media division, which did not previously exist.

  • 2016-2017

    Mr. Sekkat’s All Access Networks produced and successfully executed strategic international media and public relations campaigns for the International Monetary Fund, and the United Nations.

  • 2015-2016

    Mr.Sekkat co-developed two original formats in Dubai with award-winning British producer Tony Wood from Buccaneer Media.

  • 2015-2016

    Mr.Sekkat was presented with the 2016 Ohio Wesleyan University Young Alumni Award, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism.

  • 2015-2016

    Mr. Sekkat led the development of content, messaging, and strategic launch of never no.’s advertising campaigns. This Norwegian-based firm represented clients such as NBC, CBC, Fox Sports, Leo Burnett, Procter & Gamble, Sprint, Turner Sports, Viacom and Viasat.

  • 2015-2016

    Mr.Sekkat executive produced a three-part, hard-hitting documentary series on radicalization entitled The Invisible Enemy, filmed in Morocco. Additionally, Mr. Sekkat also produced a feature film entitled Cippinang Inmates, filmed inside Indonesia’s top-security prison.

  • 2011-2015

    Mr. Sekkat received the 2015 Bronze Award at The New York Festivals for his documentary film Cairo’s City of the Dead, depicting a slum where 500,000 people live among tombs. He also won the 2013 CINE Golden Eagle Award for his documentary on child labor, which was also nominated by the International Broadcasting Awards in London for best feature film in the Middle East.

  • 2005-2010

    Early in his career, Mr.Sekkat was part of an integral team who helped launch two versions of international Sportscenter for ESPN, where he then succeeded on to join CNN. Mr.Sekkat also worked for French network TF1. His most notable experience includes his special coverage of President Obama’s visit to Cairo in 2009, the 2012 U.S. elections, and the Arab Spring.