Nate Feken is a sports photojournalist/reporter 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
  • Sterling Shepard talks about what to expect in 2015

    Sooner showdown: One-on-one with OU’s top receiver Sterling Shepard

    DALLAS, Texas – With less than two months before the start of the college football season, Sooner fans are focused on the future. The last time OU took the field, they lost to Clemson 40-6 in the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, Florida. Several players NewsChannel 4 spoke with at the Big 12 Media Days event say that loss serves as fuel for the upcoming season. “We came off of a win two years ago against Alabama that was giving […]

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    College coaches, players discuss upcoming season during Big 12 Media Days

    DALLAS, Texas – Football fans are anxiously awaiting the start of the college football season in a little over a month. Members of the media got their first glimpse of what to expect from the teams of the Big 12. On Monday, coaches and players from TCU, Kansas, Kansas State, West Virginia and Texas Tech spoke to the press about their expectations for the upcoming season. Coaches and players for OU and Oklahoma State are expected to speak on Tuesday. […]

  • Former OU Assistant Coaching Up Local Prep Quarterbacks

    Joe Dickinson owns nearly four decades of football coaching experience, including several seasons as an OU assistant. He’s transitioned into a role as a quarterback guru with recent local pupils like Daxx Garman and David Cornwell. Dickinson founded his quarterback classroom camp, a two-day event featuring QB’s from several states, upon the mental side of football. Spending twice as long studying over actual play on the field. “As we get in closer to the season here a lot of the […]

  • Carl Crawford Prepping For Majors Again With OKC Dodgers

    This week Oklahoma City`s baseball fans introduced themselves to four-time Major League all-star Carl Crawford while he rehabilitates from an injury to his side. Believe it or not this isn`t the first time Crawford`s taken the field at the Brick “I was here in 2004, well 2002, for the all-star game, AAA all-star game so I remember that experience,” Crawford said.  “It’s been nice so far just trying to get back up top.” The Dodger`s present plan for Carl is […]

  • Terry Evans Talks Taking Over Edmond North Hoops

    Former OU basketball player Terry Evans took over the Edmond North High School basketball program this week and sat down to talk about the new job with the KFOR sports team. Evans says he believes that, “Edmond North basketball is potentially the best high school job in the state.” He comes to Edmond North after spending the last 13 seasons as the head basketball coach at the University of Central Oklahoma. This isn’t Evans’ first high school head coaching job. The former Sooner […]

  • Russell Westbrook Launches First Signature Shoe In OKC

    Russell Westbrook celebrated the launch of his first signature shoe by interacting with fans and customers inside Penn Square Mall’s House of Hoops in Oklahoma City on Saturday, July 11. Westbrook says, the Jordan Westbrook 0 is a lifestyle shoe meant for anyone to wear and enjoy. The shoe costs $130 and is currently available in white and black, with other colorways available in the future. According to a release from Jordan Brand, “Westbrook’s off-court shoe boasts a sleek design, inspired by his fashion-forward […]

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    Thunder Win Second Straight In NBA Summer League

    The Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Orlando Magic’s Blue team 73-65 on Monday, July 6, to move to 2-0 in NBA Summer League action. The Thunder used a 12-0 fourth quarter run and a team high 19 points from Mitch McGary to pull away for the win. Semaj Christon, an all-star with the Oklahoma City Blue in the NBA Developmental League last season, chipped in 12 points. Levi Randolph, a former University of Alabama guard, was the only other Thunder […]

  • MLB All Star Sharp In OKC Dodgers Loss

    Four time Major League Baseball all-star Carl Crawford went three for four from the plate for the Oklahoma City Dodgers as they dropped their fourth straight game to the Omaha Storm Chasers 8-2. After missing more than two months with a strained muscle in his side, Crawford began his rehab assignment with OKC as a designated hitter on Sunday, July 5. With the loss, the Dodgers drop to 53-29 this season. OKC continues its four game series with Omaha on Monday, […]

  • NHL & Edmond’s Matt Donovan Hosts Hockey Camp

    Oklahoma native and National Hockey League player Matt Donovan hosts his annual youth hockey camp from the Blazers Ice Centre this week. Donovan is the first born and raised Oklahoman to play in the NHL and finished last season with the New York Islanders. His camp started Monday, June 29, and runs from around 8:30-11:30 a.m. each day until Friday, July 3. Donovan and other coaches run the campers through three hours of conditioning, stick drills, competitive drills and games each […]

  • Point Guard The Family Business For Thunder’s Payne

    Cameron Payne has yet to officially put on a Thunder jersey, but he and thunder personnel say there’s an up and down journey ahead. One thing everyone seemed to agree on was that the Memphis product knows how to play his position on the floor. “He’s got a lot of traits that really translate in terms of the position,” Thunder General Manager, Sam Presti, said. “He’s got a great since of space on the floor and the ball moves on […]

  • Extra Time In OKC Special To Thunder’s Cameron Payne

    Cameron Payne touched his own Thunder jersey for the first time this morning. Payne worked his way up from the 41st rated point guard in his high school class to the 14th overall pick. A work ethic that drew the Thunder’s attention. “He doesn’t anticipate or expect things to lay out perfectly for him,” Thunder General Manager, Sam Presti, said. “They haven’t to this point and he’s worked himself through a process of development which we think will bode well […]