Nate Feken is a sports reporter/anchor for Oklahoma News Channel 4.

He is very excited to be working in Oklahoma City; the majority of his family is from Oklahoma and he considers this his “home” now.

Nate comes to Oklahoma City from Beckley, West Virginia, after spending five months working as WOAY-TV’s weekend sports anchor/reporter.

Nate graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in journalism.

While at OU, Nate spent lots of time working for OUTV, the journalism school’s TV station.

He was a weekday sports anchor/reporter for OU Nightly and worked as a host/reporter for “OUr Sports Pad.”

During his time at OU he also interned and free-lanced for KFOR’s sports department.

Nate could not be happier to cover the Thunder, Cowboys, Sooners or any other sports teams and events around Oklahoma City.

Recent Articles
  • Carl Albert And Gary Rose Celebrate Latest State Football Title

    It looked like a concert for champions Friday morning. The band played. Trophies were raised. Hugs and hand shakes were plentiful while the Ttians’ celebrated head coach Gary Rose’s tenth state title. Even alumni showed up to support. Showing how special football and life can be at Carl Albert. “Really relationships are more important than winning,” Rose said.  “If you’re blessed and fortunate enough to win like we have been then the relationships really deepen, and they last over time, […]

  • Dede Westbrook Sooners’ first Biletnikoff winner

    OKLAHOMA – Oklahoma senior wide receiver Dede Westbrook became the school’s first ever Biletnikoff Award winner for the nation’s best receiver. Westbrook was also recently named a Walter Camp First-Team All American and named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the year by the Associated Press and coaches. The Texan hauled in 1,465 receiving yards and a school record 16 touchdowns. He had at least 100 receiving yards in eight of the Sooners’ nine conference games. Westbrook is the fourth Big 12 […]

  • OU’s Kristian Doolittle Adjusting To College With Close Friend By His Side

    When taking the step to Edmond Memorial High to OU for freshman forward Kristian Doolittle it’s no stretch to say pride is involved when playing for the local university. If there is such a thing as a layup in life it’s location. “Being close to home was definitely a huge factor in choosing OU, so my parents and my family could come watch me play,” said Doolittle.  “They stop in whenever, and the food they bring is clutch.” Doolittle doesn’t […]

  • Sooner Commit, John Marshall Star Justin Broiles Talks Football, Future And More

    As a high school sophomore Justin Broiles started telling anyone that would listen that the’d be a division one athlete. Fast forward to his senior year, and he went from zero to over thirty football scholarship offers in just over thirty days. Now he’s not only committed to OU, but says he plans to enroll early in just over a month. That’s a lot for your typical teenager. “The biggest adjustment is probably staying level headed,” said Broiles.  “For some […]

  • Waters Beginning His College And Cowboy Career

    The transition from high school to college could leave one spinning. Freshman forward Lindy Waters is starting from the ground up at OSU. Whether it be in the classroom or on the court. “College has been totally different,” said Lindy Waters lll, OSU freshman forward.  “It’s always a learning process with classes and managing your time.  Also trying to get better on the court.  It’s a lot different, but I like different.” The member of the Kiowa tribe already had […]

  • Thursday Night Heroes Week 10

    It’s the final Thursday Night Heroes of the regular season with a trio of metro match ups. The biggest featured Southmoore playing host to Putnam City North. With a win, the Sabercats would clinch the 4th and final playoff spot in 6A-1 divison 1. They would also eliminate rival Moore in the process too. Enid played for pride as they tried to knock off Putnam City at home. Norman traveled to Edmond Memorial where the Bulldogs held home field and […]

  • Mike Gundy Makes It 100 Wins At OSU

    Saturday was a huge day for OSU and the Cowboys head coach. It was homecoming, the Pokes pulled off a top ten upset and Mike Gundy picked up his 100th win joining some select company across the country. Only six other coaches have that many wins at their current school. A milestone that had everyone beaming and acting like a proud papa. “That is great,” said Ramon Richards, OSU junior cornerback.  “That is great.  I was about to say I’m […]

  • Little Axe Conquers Generals In Lone OKC High School Action

    Just one high school football game was played across Oklahoma City on Thursday night in week nine. Fall break forced numerous high school football games across the metro to be played on Thursday night in weeks seven and eight. Little Axe traveled to Speegle Stadium to take down U.S. Grant 24-13. Check out the highlights in the video above. Stay tuned to KFOR and for more Friday Night Heroes coverage in week nine and beyond.

  • Cowboys Capitalize On Turnovers In Kansas Win

    Nobody quite capitalizes on turnovers like the Cowboys. They’ve forced at least one in 17 of their last 18 games, and over the last eight years they’ve won 92 percent of their games win they win that battle. That was the case Saturday against the Jayhawks as they forced three take aways, and had a goal line stand to add with it. “Really the ball was supposed to end up in Devante’s hands because he was the one who got […]

  • Pokes Power In Run Game, OSU All Time Record Set

    It’s not often that James Washington sees more action in warmups than in the actual game. Yet according to Mike Gundy the Jayhawks made that a priority double covering him all afternoon. Just last year it may have ended OSU’s offensive efforts. “Teams were dropping seven and eight, and we weren’t as effective in the run game,” said Mason Rudolph, OSU quarterback.  This year we are.  Credit to those guys up front, and the running backs.  They’re all working hard. […]

  • Sooners Survive Without Perine, Knight Comes Back And Mayfield Making It Back To Lubbock

    To start Saturday the Sooners stormed the field with one of the best backfields in the country.   Samaje Perine opened up OU’s scoring, but left the game on the second drive. Bob Stoops said he could have played but held him out, and to a walk. Allowing others to jump into action. “We have a ton of guys,” Mark Andrews, OU sophomore receiver, said.  “Obviously Samaje is a special player, but we have Joe back there, Abdul and a […]