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
  • John Marshall Football Star Receives All American Jersey, Gives Emotional Speech To Late Friend

    John Marshall High School football player Justin Broiles received his jersey for the Under Armor All American football game on Tuesday afternoon, October 4. Broiles will play in the prestigious All American game on Sunday, January 1, 2017, in Orlando, Florida. The senior defensive back says he’s currently strongly committed to play college football for the University of Oklahoma starting in the 2017 season. He went from being lightly recruited in his junior season to currently being rated as a four […]

  • Cowboys Searching For Full Potential

    Oklahoma State is frustrated. They say they know Baylor is good, but they know that they didn’t play to their potential this last Saturday. So now they’re looking for their full potential heading into their games against the Longhorns; after giving up six to eight negative plays cost the game against the Bears as Mike Gundy put it. The Cowboys feel they can fix their problems despite losing their last three Big 12 games. “That’s why a lot of guys […]

  • Cowboys Close In Loss At Baylor, A Memorable Game For Hill

    Time and time again Oklahoma State was close to getting the momentum, and taking the control from Baylor. But on defense the Cowboys gave up big plays at the wrong times, and on offense critical turnovers ended potential game winning drives. “I’m not going to try, and hide it,” Mike Gundy, OSU head football coach, said.  “You can tell by looking at me.  I told the team the same thing.  You have to learn to take care of the ball, […]

  • Norman North, Duncan Roll In High School Football

    Week four of the Oklahoma high school football season kicked off on Thursday, September 22. Norman North rolled to a 48-13 win over Putnam City North. The victory gives the Timberwolves ten wins in their last eleven games against P.C. North. At Speegle Stadium, Duncan took down Southeast 51-7. Giving the Demons four straight wins against the Oklahoma City public school. Check out the video above to see all the highlights. KFOR will have plenty of more action on Friday […]

  • Sooners Regrouping, Baker Mayfield Taking Ownership For OU

    After a 21 point loss to Ohio State at home the Sooners lost two of their first three games, and following their loss to the Buckeyes players and coaches alike we’re taking their fair share of the blame. With youth and a lack of leadership the recurring themes. “Leadership is, to me, it shows up on the field because of what you’ve done all week, all month, all summer and the attitude in the locker room all together,” Bob Stoops, […]

  • Stoops Says Sooners Owe Fans Big Buckeyes Matchup

    When two schools like this get together there’s no doubt about the hype surrounding the game. I spoke with one OU staffer who’s been around a couple decades he said, he thinks it’s the biggest home game since 2000 Nebraska. Which is ironically the last time oddsmakers felt the Sooners were underdogs on this field. But there’s no doubting the tradition between these two schools a combined 12 Heisman trophies, 12 AP national titles and 80 conference championships. “This is […]

  • Sooners A Rare Underdog At Home Against Buckeyes

    It was the day the Sooners stormed back to number one. Crushing the Cornhuskers for 31 straight points, and a win. That October day in 2000 was the last time OU was an underdog at home. But can that be used as motivation this Saturday? “I think we do well coming in as an underdog,” Mark Andrews, OU sophomore tight end, said.  “I think it’s going to give us a chip on our shoulder.  We’ll be ready to go no […]

  • Sooners Shine In Home Debuts

    A new beginning inside a new home allowed for some new names to rise to the rafters of memorial stadium like Austin Kendall. Who threw for the most yards by a true freshman in a season in the Bob Stoops era in just one half plus two touchdowns. ‘Yea that was awesome,’ Kendall said. ‘I`m going to remember it for the rest of my life. Throwing to A.D. Throwing to Jeff Mead. Being able to be out there with basically […]

  • Sooners Storm By ULM, Begin Buckeyes Preparation

    Winning big against ULM was a great way to get back on track. The Sooners regaining some of their swagger, but the mood on Saturday wasn’t celebratory. If anything it was focused and determined, because now Oklahoma knows that great challenges lie ahead and that begins with Ohio State coming into town on Saturday. Head Coach Bob Stoops is the first to admit there is much work to be done, “Well it’s a little bit unknown, we made far too […]

  • Former OSU Standout Cary Blanchard Remembered

    Former Oklahoma State kicker Cary Blanchard was laid to rest on Friday, September 9, after he passed away, at age 47, earlier in the week. Memorial services were held at Church of the Servant in Oklahoma City. Blanchard ranks in the top five in career scoring, PATs attempted, PATS made, field goals attempted and field goals made at Oklahoma State. He was an all Big-Eight selection three times, 1988-90. He then went on to a nine year NFL career, and […]

  • New Beginnings For A New Sooners Season

    A new Sooner season is quickly running towards us after a successful playoff run finished on a sour note. But for OU football which is remembered the good or the bad? “It’s none of that,” Bob Stoops, OU Head Football Coach, said.  “It’s a new year.  Guys are anxious to play and earn their way again, and I don’t tie years together.  Never have.  Years in my mind don’t tie together.  You have new people.  New guys in different positions.  […]