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
  • PC West Product Tyson Jolly Waits For His Chance With Baylor Bears

    When you’ve overcome obstacles like Tyson Jolly has the present is practically a present. It was kind of rough,” Jolly said.  “Just figuring things out.  It was a learning experience.  Now it’s getting better.  I’ve learned a lot.  I’ve got stronger, faster, my shot has got better and I’m looking forward to next year.” He began by bouncing around a bit. His health sidelined him as a high school junior. When doctors discovered seven blood clots on his lungs. He changed his health […]

  • Thunder get Gibson, McDermott and draft pick from Bulls

    OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma City Thunder and general manager Sam Presti announced they’ve acquired forwards Taj Gibson and Doug McDermott plus an unprotected 2018 second round draft pick from the Chicago Bulls for Joffrey Lauvergne, Anthony Morrow and Cameron Payne. Oklahoma, thank you for all you've done my family and I. I can't express what this last 2.5 years have been like. It's been a blessing 🙏🏾🙏🏾 — Anthony Morrow (@MrAnthonyMorrow) February 23, 2017 #BullsNation — Cameron Payne (@campayne) […]

  • Set For Sooners, Trae Young Helps Oklahoma’s Next Big Basketball Stars

    “And that place of peace for me in the fall of 2017 will be … at the University of Oklahoma,” Trae Young, told the crowd at the Norman North senior basketball star’s commitment announcement.  From future OU underclassmen. To senior super star status with some viral views. To being a baby face freshman. While hugs and happiness were plentiful this week was the end of one chapter of Trae’s life. “I’ve had tears the last few days just thinking about […]

  • Norman North’s Trae Young Officially A Part Of Prestigious All Star Game

    Norman North High School senior basketball star Trae Young officially became just the ninth Oklahoman selected to the McDonald’s All American game, the country’s most prestigious high school basketball all star game, on Monday morning, February 13. Young received his jersey and hat from the game in front of friends, family, classmates and teammates inside the Norman North gymnasium. On Thursday, February 16, Young will decide where he plans to play college ball. The newly named all american says he […]

  • Midwest City Football Standout Keeping Promise To Late Dad

    “Y’all ready?” The hats were put in place, and the phones were out as Evan Fields shifted his focus and future to Arizona State. With around 40 schools fighting for Fields’ fate it tested the teenager before growing into gratitude for him and his family. “It just came with a lot of attention on me, you know, I had to carry myself a little bit differently, but it’s a blessing,” Evan said. “I’m thankful to be in the position I […]

  • Trae Young Talks All Star Games, College Choices & More

    Norman North senior basketball star Trae Young recently sat down with KFOR sports to discuss becoming just the ninth Oklahoman to be named a McDonald’s All-American in the game’s 40 year history, and more. The game takes place March 29, 2017 inside the United Center in Chicago. Young tells us that he has narrowed his college choices down to just three schools, but wouldn’t say which three. His last updated finalist list was Washington, Texas Tech, Kentucky, Kansas, OSU and […]

  • PC West Two Sport Star Commits To Tigers

    Putnam City West High School two sport star Nick Robinson committed to play football at the University of Memphis next fall on Wednesday, January 25. Robinson initially committed to Memphis in the fall, he then de-committed from the program a couple months later, only to re-commit in late January. The P.C. West standout chose the Tigers over Central Michigan, Nebraska and Arizona State. The four star recruit will join Norman North linebacker Cade Mashburn and Southmoore defensive back Quindon Lewis at […]

  • High School Hoops Plays On Before Storm

    High school basketball games across Oklahoma City were canceled due to impending bad weather coming into the area. Some games decided to play a night early if they could, so they wouldn’t have to move games around. Edmond North traveled to Norman a night early to play their boys and girls games a day early for that reason. In the girls game, Norman led by as many as 13 late before holding off Edmond North in overtime 61-59. Then the […]

  • Sugar Bowl Is Familiar Territory For Sooners

    Oklahoma and Auburn will meet Monday night in the Sugar Bowl at the Superdome and the head coaches for both the Tigers and the Sooners met the media in this very room on Sunday morning, a day before the game. For Oklahoma, not all of the talk is about the Sugar Bowl matchup against Auburn. Much of the talk is still about the Joe Mixon incident and how the Sooners handled it. Within the last two weeks, we saw the […]

  • Memphis Stops Sooners Home Non Conference Hoops Streak

    Jordan Woodard emerged  from the pregame festivities and crowd for his 114th straight start, but he’d finish strong too. Christian James’ three pointer gave the Sooners a 13 point lead, their biggest of the game, with seven minutes until half time. James had 15 points off the bench. As OU tried to drum up a big second half after leading by nine at the break. With under a minute to go, and after Memphis had taken it’s first lead of […]

  • 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, […]