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
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    Sooners Storm By ULM, Begin Buckeyes Preparation

    Winning big against ULM was a great way to get back on track. The Sooners regaining some of their swagger, but the mood on Saturday wasn’t celebratory. If anything it was focused and determined, because now Oklahoma knows that great challenges lie ahead and that begins with Ohio State coming into town on Saturday. Head Coach Bob Stoops is the first to admit there is much work to be done, “Well it’s a little bit unknown, we made far too […]

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    Former OSU Standout Cary Blanchard Remembered

    Former Oklahoma State kicker Cary Blanchard was laid to rest on Friday, September 9, after he passed away, at age 47, earlier in the week. Memorial services were held at Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City. Blanchard ranks in the top five in career scoring, PATs attempted, PATS made, field goals attempted and field goals made at Oklahoma State. He was an all Big-Eight selection three times, 1988-90. He then went on to a nine year NFL career, and […]

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    New Beginnings For A New Sooners Season

    A new Sooner season is quickly running towards us after a successful playoff run finished on a sour note. But for OU football which is remembered the good or the bad? “It’s none of that,” Bob Stoops, OU Head Football Coach, said.  “It’s a new year.  Guys are anxious to play and earn their way again, and I don’t tie years together.  Never have.  Years in my mind don’t tie together.  You have new people.  New guys in different positions.  […]

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    Sooners Embracing Tough Season Opener

    Historically the Sooners have started seasons well under Bob Stoops. In fact the head coach won his first six openers here in Norman and OU has since won five in a row, but it’s been 30 years since the program has opened up against a team ranked as high as Houston, at 15. So does starting the year against such a good team come at a cost? “You want to be the best you got to beat the best,” Dakota […]

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    OKC Dodgers Back-To-Back Division Champs

      The Oklahoma City Dodgers reclaimed the American Northern Division Crown in the Pacific Coast League with a 6-1 victory over the Colorado Springs Sky Sox. Sunday night’s game against the Sky Sox was scoreless until the bottom of the seventh inning. However, Dodgers Pitcher Jose De Leon provided plenty of excitement until OKC’s offense could get rolling. De Leon had 13 strikeouts in 7.2 innings pitched, the second-most strikeouts in one game in the minor league team’s franchise history. […]

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    Friday Night Heroes Week Zero

    Week zero of the high school football season features all non-district play and allows all the participating teams a bye week later in the year. Due to storms several games were delayed and finished much later than usual. Here’s the scores of all the games we covered: Jones 41 – Oklahoma Christian School 6 Edmond Memorial 42 – Ponca City 6 Edmond Santa Fe 26 – Tulsa Washington 23 McLound 20 – Harrah 18 (OT) Muskogee 16 – Midwest City […]

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    Millwood, John Marshall Win And Advance In All City Preview

    High School football doesn’t officially kick off in the Oklahoma City area until Friday, August 26. Millwood defeated Centennial 37-0 to advance to the semifinals. While John Marshall beat Northwest Classen 21-0 to advance. Millwood and John Marshall will play in one semifinal game. Douglass will take on Southeast in the other. Watch the video above to see highlights.

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    Memphis Creating Football Fab Five With OKC Preps

    Memphis. Known for Beale Street, barbeque and the mighty Mississippi. But what bridges the Bluff City to OKC? Try five local prep football players. To be exact, ‘The Fab Five.’ Made up of P.C. West’s Nick Robinson, Norman North’s Cade Mashburn, Midwest City’s Evan Fields and the Southmoore combo of Quindon Lewis and Gervarrius Owens. The University of Memphis recruited all five. Gaining commitments from everyone, but Fields, but these boys didn’t exactly just meet. “We’ve all been playing against […]

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    Future Shawnee Sooner Making His Dreams Reality

    Football doesn’t usually allow you to skip into success. For Shawnee senior Creed Humphrey his gridiron journey started about the time he began school, and morphed from sport to passion. “Started around five years old playing football with my older brother’s team,” Creed Humphrey, Shawnee High School Senior offensive lineman, said.  “They were about eight.  They played flag football, but my parent’s let me play with them, and it just kind of went from there.  It became the love of […]

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    Norman North’s Trae Young Updates Us On Impressive Summer

    Norman north basketball star Trae Young is considered by some to be one of the top 15 seniors in the entire country. That’s led to some exclusive opportunities lately. Highlighted by winning a gold medal with USA’s under 18 team just last month. He’s also decided to stay at home this year instead of heading off to a prep school, and that decision comes with some perks. “Well definitely my mom’s cooking,” Trae said.  “I’m definitely still going to be […]

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    Former OKC Hoops Star Pursuing Dream, Providing For Family

    A few years ago a simple basket didn’t mean as much for Chauncey Collins. After dropping out of school and having no permanent residence the then teenager turned his life around. By rewriting his academics and elevating his play on the court. Leading to a basketball scholarship to TCU. He leaped into being the Horned Frogs top scorer, but after finishing last season on a hot streak he decided it was time for a change. “After the successful tournament that […]