Temps to remain in the 50s and 60s with slight chance for rain over the weekend

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
  • Tramonda Moore’s Career Circles Back To Sooners

    Working out all alone, these steps weren’t a part of the plan for Tramonda Moore originally. Moore was a one time force for John Marshall High School, an Army All-American and OSU Cowboy. Now, two years later, after committing to OU he’s trying to push past a pit stop at Independence Community College. “It was something, you know, I had to adjust to,” Moore said.  “A lot of kids are supposed to go to division one ball to junior college. […]

  • Joe Mixon Holds First Football Camp In Oklahoma

    Just a few short months ago Joe Mixon led the Sooners to a Sugar Bowl win. Today he led a different group of guys on the field at his first football camp in Oklahoma. Teaching tomorrow’s football stars is something the new Cincinnati Bengal has always looked forward to. “It’s a great feeling,” Mixon said.  “I’ve dreamed about this all my life.  I’ve always wanted to help little kids.  That’s what I plan on doing, continuing on doing.  I’m just […]

  • Langston to host Oklahoma City’s ‘Soul Bowl’ this season

    OKLAHOMA CITY – A big change is coming to one of the biggest games in Oklahoma City high school football. Millwood Superintendent Cecilia J Robinson-Woods announced through a Facebook post that the ‘Soul Bowl’ will be played at W. E. Anderson Stadium at Langston University on September 9, 2017. The kickoff is set for 1 p.m. The ‘Soul Bowl’ is one of Oklahoma City high school football’s richest rivalries between Millwood High School and Douglass High School. The game’s location […]

  • J. D. Runnels Runs Fourth Pro Day, Helps Future Football Players

    The past connected with the present today at J.D. Runnels’ fourth annual pro day. Where former Sooner stars showed up to see OKC’s own future footballers. A win-win situation for all involved. “I firmly believe that the kids come here, one, I think they trust the knowledge, they know they’re going to have fun, and I think that they know they’re going to be getting what they need to get better,” Runnels said.  “Getting local kids exposure, getting them where […]

  • Carl Albert Grad, James Harden’s Coach To Host Camp In OKC

    Carl Albert grad and NBA coach, Irv Roland will host his Tru You Blue Print Basketball Clinic at Carl Albert High School from August 26-27th. Roland, who coach’s Houston Rockets star James Harden, will host the camp with James Davis, a Casady High School graduate, and former Philadelphia 76ers strength and conditioning coach. The camp is open to 5th-8th grade boys and girls. Roland says campers will get pro level coaching in strength and conditioning, nutrition, social media training and […]

  • Former Sooner, J.D. Runnels, Helps Future Sooner, Ron Tatum

    All alone in a gym outside Oklahoma City two Sooners search for success. OU’s former fullback turned trainer J.D. Runnels works with Putnam City Pirate Ron Tatum. A new experience for the high school senior. “I’ve never done most of the stuff he showed me, so it’s different,” Tatum, an OU football commit, said.  “I think it will make me better.  I can’t wait to see how I grow.” As the two pushed forward it didn’t take long for Runnels […]

  • Thunder Introduces Oklahoma Native Terrance Ferguson

    It’s the moment every basketball player dreams of. Terrance Ferguson somehow knew it was his time to hold up a NBA jersey. “Once the 20th pick came on I put my phone down, and I just had a feeling that my name was going to get called soon,” Ferguson, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s lone 2017 NBA draft pick, said.  “I just put my head down, and I just put my head like this.  Then they said Terrance, and it just […]

  • Former Sooner Standouts Spangler & Woodard Hold Basketball Camp In Norman

    Former Oklahoma basketball standouts Ryan Spangler and Jordan Woodard held their first  basketball camp in Norman on Monday, June 19. The camp runs from nine a.m. to noon at the North-Base Hangar in Norman from June 19-21. It’s open for boys and girls ages 9-18. Woodard just wrapped up a four year career at OU. Spangler recently finished playing in his first year professionally in Japan. Check out the video above to see some of the camp, and get caught […]

  • Westmoore’s James Palmer Pushes Forward, Overcomes Injury

    “Everybody’s just waiting for this moment now to really see what I got,” James Palmer, Westmoore High School tight end, said.  “See if I’m still who I was before.” Now James Palmer leads Westmoore onto the field for spring practice. Before the talented tight end earned an offer from OSU and others for physical play, but then everything came to a stop. Sending his future and his season to the sidelines. “I went up for a pass in the end […]

  • Edmond Santa Fe’s Josh Richardson Returns Home, Runs Camp & Discusses Career

    Josh Richardson wrapped up his first basketball camp on Friday, June 16. Putting on the entire event for free for 100 local kids. The Edmond Santa Fe grad improved in basically every aspect of his game after his second season with the Miami Heat. Before the NBA he had his mind on working far from a basketball court. “I actually wanted to be a surgeon, so I went to college for like pre-med and things like that,” Richardson said.  “My junior […]

  • NBA’s Josh Richardson Returns, Helps Hometown Youth

    The DJ had the hits blasting as 100 kids scored a chance to hang with a pro player. Miami Heat guard and Edmond’s own Josh Richardson looked over his hometown’s youth. Putting on his first camp for free. “I didn’t want to come back and charge these kids for something that I could have provided myself,” Richardson said.  “I made a few calls to my friends from high school, who are still playing, I brought my sister, I brought a […]