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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    Former PC West Standout Commits To Baylor

    Former Putnam City West basketball standout Tyson Jolly committed to play for Baylor University next season. Jolly overcame seven blood clots in his lungs during his junior high school season to eventually earn a full scholarship to play basketball at the University of California near the end of his senior season at West. Jolly then spent last year at Elev-8 Prep in Florida trying to gain an extra credit to get into Cal. The four star recruit was then given a […]

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    KD, Thunder Reminisce Before Last Matchup Versus Kobe

    Kevin Durant and Andre Roberson looked back on their many matchup’s against Los Angeles Laker legend Kobe Bryant. Bryant will play the final road game of his storied career in Oklahoma City on Monday, April 11. The five time NBA champion holds a 17-15 record against the Thunder when he takes the court against OKC, averaging over 25 points per contest in that series. In 24 of those 32 matchup’s against the Thunder, Kobe led the Lakers or the entire […]

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    OKC Dodgers Back In Bricktown

    The Oklahoma City Dodgers are back in Bricktown for the 2016 season. Former 89er, Bill Haselman is the club’s new manager. The Dodgers are coming off a highly successful 2015 season in which they had the best record in the PCL, 86-58, and won the American Northern Division. Last season’s Dodgers had the most wins in Oklahoma City since the 1965 89ers also won 86 games. Haselman’s club opens the season at Nashville on April 7th. The Dodger’s home opener […]

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    Road to the Final Four leads Christian James home

    HOUSTON, Texas – College is a period of time dedicated to learning, but life forced Christian James to begin his lessons from the sidelines as a freshman. James played just two games his senior high school season after breaking his leg. He then overcame an ankle injury this season before battling his way into the lineup. “It was kind of frustrating at the beginning of the year, trying to getting my leg right, keeping my weight down and stuff like that,” […]


    OSU officially names Brad Underwood new basketball head coach

    Watch OSU introduce Brad Underwood as the new Oklahoma State University head basketball coach.   STILLWATER, Okla. – Oklahoma State University officially named Brad Underwood the school’s 19th men’s basketball head coach on Monday. Underwood spent the last three seasons at Stephen F. Austin University where he had a 89-14 record, including going 53-1 in Southland Conference play. The Kansas native was the first coach to win Southland Conference Coach of the Year for three consecutive seasons. Underwood played for former Oklahoma […]

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    KD Talks Longhorns, Thunder Before Trailblazers

    The Oklahoma City Thunder square off against the Portland Trailblazers inside ‘The Peake’ on Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. CT. This is the Thunder’s last home game before a three game road trip to Boston, Philadelphia and Indiana. The Thunder will be out of Chesapeake Energy Arena while the NCAA tournament is in town. Among the team’s that’s playing in OKC is Kevin Durant’s college squad, the Texas Longhorns. Durant says he plans to be courtside if Texas wins their […]

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    Evans Family Enjoying Special Season Together

    After just missing each other on the basketball court most of their lives the Evans family is reuniting for a special season at Edmond North High School. Terry’s in his first season as Edmond North High School’s head basketball coach. The job comes with a pretty nice perk, getting to coach his son, Tre. Terry, a former Sooner star and long time head coach, often missed out on spending time together on the court with Tre due to their conflicting schedules. […]

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    An Inside Look At One Of The State’s Top Players, Norman North Star Trae Young

    Trae Young’s future is already at his fingertips at just 17 years old. Through plenty of work with his AAU team and with Norman North High School he’s become the state’s top junior and a top 20 nationally ranked player through the game he loves. “It means everything,” Trae said.  “I treat it like that.  I treat it like my job.  I want to play this game as  long as it will take me.  God has definitely blessed me with […]

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    Thompson Chasing NFL Dream Through New Route, With Help Of Family

    On an empty field at Southmoore High School Kendal Thompson continues chasing a dream. Since leaving the school’s grounds in 2010 he’s been thrown into high’s and low’s from touchdowns to injuries first as a Sooner then at Utah. Now he’s moving from throwing passes to catching them to help him stick in the NFL. “It’s just been a blessing, man,” Kendal said.  “A lot of different stuff has gone on.  Good and bad.  I just feel like now I’m […]

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    Cowboys Continue Slide Against Cyclones

    The Iowa State Cyclones blew over the Oklahoma State Cowboys for the sixth straight time on the basketball court 64-59 on Saturday, February 6. OSU has now lost eight games this season by five points or less. Down three with under 30 seconds left, Tyree Griffin turned over an inbound pass and Iowa State hit two free throws to clinch the win. Georges Niang hit the Cyclones last two field goals, both coming in the final 1:15, he finished with […]

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    Signing Day Recap: Locals Continue Careers With OSU

    It’s quickly becoming one of the biggest spectacles in the sports world. Deontay Anderson had his choice to play college football at over 30 different schools, but the Dallas area native decided to take his choice to new heights. Literally. The four star recruit announced via a video of him sky diving that he’d play ball at Ole Miss next year after falling through the other finalists. No one around Oklahoma City went quite that far, but here is the […]