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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
  • Millwood Football Standout Isreal Antwine Commits To Oklahoma State

    Millwood standout defensive lineman Isreal Antwine announced in his church service on Sunday, October 15, that he would commit to play football at Oklahoma State for the fall of 2018. Antwine chose the Cowboys over Colorado, Georgia, Texas and Ole Miss. The 6’4″ 295 pound senior isn’t the first Millwood Falcon to play football for OSU. Rashaun, D’Juan and Donovan Woods all made the trip up I-35 to play for the Cowboys after graduating from Millwood. Hear from Antwine on […]

  • Mike Gundy Explains Why He Took Shirt Off At Homecoming

    Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy went viral over the weekend. The Cowboy’s head man wanted star quarterback Mason Rudolph to take his shirt off at OSU’s ‘homecoming and hoops’ event on Friday night, October 13, to try to fire up a packed Gallagher-Iba Arena crowd. Rudolph wouldn’t agree to do it at first until Gundy offered to take his shirt off too. Get the rest of the story and the reaction Gundy received in the video above.

  • Sooners Make “Mental Decision”, Top Texas In Red River Showdown

    The Sooners set a standard when it comes to consistency. They haven’t lost back to back regular season games since Bob Stoops’ first season, in 1999. For the third straight game OU held a comfortable lead only to see things turn tense late. Baker Mayfield and OU’s leaders came to a conclusion, they needed a new mental makeup. “It’s something we talked about,” Mayfield said.  “It’s something you have to expect in a game like these, and we talked about […]

  • Westbrook Celebrates Contract, Thunder Enjoy Edmond Scrimmage

    Just before the tenth permanent season of NBA basketball in Oklahoma City the franchise may have received its biggest news to date when Russell Westbrook signed the biggest contract in NBA history, keeping him with the Thunder for five more seasons. While all of Oklahoma City may have stressed out about him resigning during the offseason, ‘hero zero’ didn’t stress at all. “I wasn’t worried,” Russell Westbrook said.  “That’s what I keep trying to tell you.  I wasn’t really worried […]

  • Thunder React To Record Russell Westbrook Contract Extension

    A day after Russell Westbrook signed the biggest contract in NBA history, five years for $205 million, the Oklahoma City Thunder reacted to the record breaking deal. Westbrook will speak about the deal at the Thunder’s 10th annual Blue-White Scrimmage on Sunday, October 1, from Edmond North High School. On Saturday, Thunder head coach, Billy Donovan, and fellow stars, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony, reacted to the deal. When asked if Westbrook’s extension would impact his decision to stay with […]

  • Thursday Night Heroes, Week Five: Moore, John Marshall Battle To Big Wins

    Believe it or not, but the Oklahoma high school football season is now halfway over. In week five action, John Marshall beat Capitol Hill 56-12 and Moore topped Putnam City North 48-17. Make sure and check out KFOR for our full Friday Night Heroes coverage too. Watch the video above to see all the highlights.

  • Thursday Night Heroes, Week Three

    Week three of Thursday Night Heroes saw several schools around the Oklahoma City metro take the field. Putnam City survived a thriller against three-time defending 6A-ll state champs Bixby 37-35. Douglass topped Capitol Hill 33-18. While Moore beat Norman 35-27. Check out the video above to see the highlights.

  • Lincoln Leads OU To Historic Win, Mayfield Shines For Sooners

    Former OU head coach and Ohio native Bob Stoops was at Ohio Stadium last night, more on that in a moment. This was a night to remember for the new OU head coach, Lincoln Riley, who earned his first big was as the Sooner head coach. Not too bad for the youngest head coach in college football, and for a guy that turned 34 this week, Brian. After the game Riley was asked about what this win meant, and typical […]

  • Complete Performance Pushes OU Past Ohio State

    It is quiet in Ohio Stadium in Columbus right now, and Oklahoma’s football team started making it quiet in the second half. As the Sooners upset the second ranked Buckeyes 31-16 on Saturday night. Nate, Oklahoma really did with success on both sides of the football. That’s right, Brian, quite the win for Lincoln Riley in just his second game as OU’s head coach. What a win it was. Oklahoma’s offense sputtered a little bit in the first half. They […]

  • Midwest City’s Keyshawn Embery Headed For Premier Prep Program

    Our state’s top senior talent on the basketball court is making the move to one of the premier prep programs in the entire country. Keyshawn Embery, his family and friends allowed me inside his going away get-together and his decision to leave for Florida’s IMG Academy this week. In the process, leaving behind much of what he knows in life in Midwest City. “It was a tough decision,” Embery said.  “I talked it over with my family, and we sat down […]

  • OU Unveils Updated Football Facilities

    While the outside of Oklahoma memorial stadium still shows some signs of construction the inside is fully functional. Athletic director Joe Castiglione led a two hour today. Adding that everything’s all new & nothing’s remodeled. Starting with the training room, which is about as big as a baseball diamond. Each hallway highlights the history of the program. A player’s lounge featured comfy chairs, tv’s set up to watch or for video games, and of course snacks for the Sooners. The […]