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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
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    Tony Allen Hosts Second Camp In Stillwater

    Tony Allen hosted his second annual Grit & Grind Basketball camp in Stillwater, where he played his college ball at Oklahoma State University. The camp is for kids in kindergarten through sixth grade and runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day from  Monday, July 28, to Wednesday, July 30. Allen and his camp staff teach campers basketball skills and lead them through drills as well as a tournament. The Memphis Grizzlies forward says he’s been doing some traveling […]

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    Thunder’s Christon Makes First Appearance In OKC

    After being drafted 55th overall in the 2014 NBA draft and via several trades, Semaj Christon joined the Oklahoma City Thunder. Christon played two seasons at Xavier University in Cincinnati before declaring for the NBA draft after his sophomore season. The Cincinnati native made his first public appearance as a member of the Thunder at Yukon High School on Wednesday, July 23. Christon led local kids through a Thunder youth basketball camp and even competed in most of the activities. The point […]

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    OU’s Knight Enjoying Offseason, Ready For New Year

    Trevor Knight started the 2013 season as the University of Oklahoma’s starting quarterback and ended it that way, winning the Sugar Bowl’s most valuable player award. After the memorable performance in the Sooners’ win over Alabama, expectations are high for the San Antonio native. Knight was part of a mission trip to Haiti, ran Fellowship of Christian Athlete meetings and lead his team through offseason workouts in the offseason. Oklahoma’s starting quarterback says “you dream of” experiencing stuff like this as a […]

  • Gundy Skipping ESPN Exposure For Family

    College football conference media days usually marks the ending of summer and the beginning of football season. The media events help educate and preview the upcoming football season for fans and provides school’s with a chance to showcase their programs. One of the biggest forms of publicizing a college football program is through ESPN’s “carwash” treatment. ESPN has coaches or players visit its campus in Bristol, Connecticut and go through print, radio and television formats during its “carwash” treatment. The opportunity gives exposure on several […]

  • Gundy Enjoying Media Days, Weis Talks Female Refs

    Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy made his tenth appearance at Big 12 Media Days on Monday, July 21, and looked ahead to his team’s season. Gundy reflected on his now decade long head coaching career with the Cowboys in a unique way. Comparing the attention he received upon arrival at the media event to that of Britney Spears and said early in his career it wasn’t near the same. As for the Pokes, finished 2013 season with a 10-3 record and […]

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    Thunder Broadcaster, Grant Long, Resigns

    Oklahoma City Thunder television analyst Grant Long has resigned from his job with Fox Sports Oklahoma amid recent reports of unpaid debts and lawsuits against him. Long has been the Thunder’s TV analyst since the team moved to Oklahoma City from Seattle, lasting five seasons. He also did analysis work for the Atlanta Hawks, Turner Broadcasting and FOX Network. The Michigan native played 15 seasons in the NBA with five different teams. The Oklahoma City Thunder issued the following statement: “Thunder TV analyst […]

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    Oak Tree Gang Disappointed In Play, Confident In Course

    The Oak Tree gang, a group of professional golfers that call Oak Tree National home, had a tough week playing in the US Senior Open on their home course. All of the Oak Tree pro’s had tough weeks at home, but seemed confident that Oak Tree National could host some additional pro golf tournaments in the future. Bob Tway had the best tournament of the group, finishing 10 strokes over par and tying for 43rd overall. Tway had his best […]

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    Oak Tree Gang Hanging Around At US Senior Open

    The Oak Tree Gang, several pro golfers that call Oak Tree National home, have not fared well through three rounds of golf at the 2014 US Senior Open. Scott Verplank made his Champions Tour début the week of his 50th birthday and missed the cut after two rounds of play. Dr. Gil Morgan leads the group of Oklahomans after the third round of play. Doc played his second best round of the tournament, shooting a 73, he’s eight over par […]

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    Oak Tree Gang Hanging On After Two Rounds

    The Oak Tree Gang hasn’t come out to the start that they would all probably like through two rounds of the 2014 US Senior Open. Days after turning 50 and playing his first Champions Tour event, Scott Verplank won’t make the cut on his home course. Verplank shot a 75 in the second round and finished eight strokes over par. Fellow Oak Tree member, Bob Tway will likely make the cut after a second round 73 put him at five […]

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    Oak Tree A Home Course Advantage For Wood?

    Willie Wood is a member of the famed Oak Tree Gang and looking for his third Champions Tour win in the 2014 US Senior Open. Wood is a member as well as resident of Oak Tree National and will be playing in his first major at his home course. The former Oklahoma State Cowboy’s home course advantage hasn’t been smooth so far. Willie said the air conditioning went out in his home on Tuesday, July 8, so he had to leave his last practice […]

  • Cowboy Greats Teach Golf, Academics

    Former Oklahoma State athletic greats Scott Verplank, Brandon Weeden and Desmond Mason put on an exhibition for just about 100 local students at Oak Tree National. All three Cowboys were trying to spread the game of golf and the STEM zone. STEM is short for science, technology, engineering and math, all are important subjects in school. The children had the chance to watch Verplank, playing in his first US Senior Open over the weekend, hit some shots from the driving range. […]