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
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    Norman North’s Trae Young Updates Us On Impressive Summer

    Norman north basketball star Trae Young is considered by some to be one of the top 15 seniors in the entire country. That’s led to some exclusive opportunities lately. Highlighted by winning a gold medal with USA’s under 18 team just last month. He’s also decided to stay at home this year instead of heading off to a prep school, and that decision comes with some perks. “Well definitely my mom’s cooking,” Trae said.  “I’m definitely still going to be […]

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    Former OKC Hoops Star Pursuing Dream, Providing For Family

    A few years ago a simple basket didn’t mean as much for Chauncey Collins. After dropping out of school and having no permanent residence the then teenager turned his life around. By rewriting his academics and elevating his play on the court. Leading to a basketball scholarship to TCU. He leaped into being the Horned Frogs top scorer, but after finishing last season on a hot streak he decided it was time for a change. “After the successful tournament that […]

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    Sooners Meet Media On Day Two Of Big 12 Media Days

    The Oklahoma Sooners were one of five teams that met the media in Dallas for day two of Big 12 Football Media Days. OU brought Bob Stoops, Baker Mayfield, Samaje Perine, Ahmad Thomas and Jordan Evans to the event. The Sooners posed for pictures and met with dozens of reporters to discuss the upcoming season. Texas, West Virginia, Baylor and Kansas State were in attendance on Tuesday as well. Watch the video’s above to see Brian Brinkley and Nikki Kay’s […]

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    Local Camp Offers Character Over Football

    Tom George wanted to make a difference. So after teaming up with Mercy Sports Performance and EXOS the Jones High School assistant coach helped build a quarterback impact camp. The event uses unique techniques like specific stretching and film work providing a different take than most camps. “It’s a lot more involved,” Sean Shaw, Jones High School Wide Receiver, said.  “I like these EXOS guys.  A lot of other camps there’s just a few coaches out there and one or […]

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    Former Sooner Standout Gives Back To OKC’s Next Gridiron Greats

    Success is nothing new to J.D. Runnels. Now he’s passing on all his football philosophies to a new crop of local standouts during his third annual pro day at his gym in Choctaw. The former Sooner standout beamed like a proud papa today. “It’s a day for me to show my appreciation for the kids the train with me,” Runnels said.  “I’m very fortunate, that a lot of those, 90 percent of the kids that were here do train with […]

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    Former Sooner Trying Out For Thunder Summer League Team

    KFOR sports has learned that former Sooner basketball star Ryan Spangler has been invited to the Oklahoma City Thunder’s summer league mini camp this week, and that the Bridge Creek native has a “good chance” of making OKC’s summer league team. Spangler just finished up his OU career recently after helping lead the Sooners to the Final Four. He started every game for the Sooners from his sophomore to senior season, making 105 straight starts. Spangler averaged over 10 points […]

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    Welker Gives Back To OKC, Starts Up Camp

    “Light them up,” Millwood’s football team chanted.  “Light them up.  Start a fire.  Start a fire.” Just like that, and the first ever Wes Welker 7-on-7 camp started up. Seven on seven’s involve no lineman and passing only. Popular in Texas, Welker’s free camp provides a rare opportunity in Oklahoma for campers like OU commit Justin Broiles. “It’s big time,” Broiles said.  “Everything is taken care of.  You see a lot of seven on seven stuff isn’t paid for.  He […]

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    Kevin Durant Calls OKC “Home,” Talks Free Agency

    He showed up as a Longhorn in enemy territory. Won over Oklahoma and filled up The Peake. Then became OKC’s first MVP. Now he faces his biggest decision yet. Stay with the only franchise he’s ever known or leave. “Coming out of the playoffs I really haven’t bought about next week more so than next month, or what’s going to happen,” Durant said. “I’m just trying to stay in the moment as much as I can. I think I’m still […]

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    All eyes turn to Kevin Durant’s future as a free agent

    OKLAHOMA CITY – While the Oklahoma City Thunder’s championship run came to an end against the Golden State Warriors on Monday night, the team is reflecting on its accomplishments this year. After a devastating loss to the Warriors in Game 7, the team returned to Oklahoma City on Tuesday afternoon. Less than 24 hours after landing at Will Rogers World Airport, the team addressed the media. Thunder head coach Billy Donovan was the first to speak, saying that while the season […]

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    Game Three, Now That Was Thunder Basketball

    The Western Conference Finals are now in Oklahoma City, and on Sunday night, the Thunder made sure the Golden State Warriors knew whose house they were in. The Thunder were embarrassed in game two in Oakland, and they made sure to return the favor in game three with a 133 – 105 smack down. The Peake was electric for an electrifying 48 minutes of basketball from a team that seemed to be doing everything right. OKC played superbly on both ends of the court, […]

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    NFL First Round Pick Mentors OKC Football Standouts At Camp

    Terrance Jackson enjoys helping people. Over 100 local athletes pulled their way to improvement at his Armor and Glory life skills football camp. Ex All-Americans and pro’s like D.J. Wolfe, Tommie Harris and Super Bowl champ Cato June guided campers through drills. The goal for Jackson’s camp was simple. “It doesn’t matter if I have five or three thousand,” Jackson said.  “If those five came out here and learned something, and had a great time my heart its full man, […]