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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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    Former star player kicked off Missouri’s team ends up on Sooners’ roster

    NORMAN, Okla. – OU head football coach Bob Stoops announced that former University of Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham has joined the school’s football team. Green-Beckham was kicked off of Missouri’s football team in April after several run-in’s with the law. OU says he is eligible to compete in the 2015 season, but reports say that the former five-star recruit is pursuing a waiver to play immediately. The OU release says he can immediately enroll in classes and participate in […]

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    Morgan, Wood Hope To Play Well In US Senior Open, On Home Course

    Senior professional golfers Dr. Gil Morgan and Willie Wood are hoping for stellar showings at the 2014 U.S. Senior Open at Oak Tree National in Edmond. Dr. Morgan and Wood are part of the “Oak Tree Gang” and call the course home. “Doc” has 25 Champions Tour wins since 1996 and hopes to pick up his 26th win right in his own back yard. Wood has two wins on the Champions Tour, both came in 2012. This year’s U.S. Senior Open will […]

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    Get To Know The Thunder’s Newest Players

    The Oklahoma City Thunder drafted two players in the 2014 NBA draft. OKC took both Mitch McGary and Josh Heustis in the first round of the draft. McGary was a two-year player from the University of Michigan. In his freshman season, he helped lead the Wolverines to the national title game and raised this draft status as well. In December of 2013, McGary injured and had surgery on his back, resulting in him playing just eight games this past season. McGary says […]

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    Thunder Draft Picks Introduced To Oklahoma City

    Thunder first round selections Mitch McGary and Josh Heustis were introduced to media and fans at the Oklahoma History Center today. McGary was a two-year player from the University of Michigan. In his freshman season, he helped lead the Wolverines to the national title game and raised this draft status as well. In December of 2013, McGary injured and had surgery on his back, resulting in him playing just eight games this past season. McGary says he plans to play […]

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    NBA Draft: Thunder Take Three, Cowboy Duo Picked

    Update: 1:20 a.m. – The Oklahoma City Thunder announced they have  acquired former Xavier guard Semaj Christon, the 55th overall pick, from the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for cash. Last year, Christon became just the second Xavier player to score 1,000 or more points in their sophomore season. Thunder General Manager Sam Presti met with the media after the draft concluded, but was not able to comment on Christon because the deal wasn’t finalized at the time. Here is Presti […]

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    Heupels Open Annual Youth Football Camp

    The Heupel family opened their 2014 Day of Champions youth football camp in southwest Oklahoma City on Friday, June 13. Ken Heupel, a former college football head coach, runs the camp each summer to teach kids ages 8-18 the skills of the game of football and leadership on and off the field. Ken’s camp supports his son Josh’s #14 Foundation. Josh Heupel is a former national championship winning quarterback at OU and the school’s current offensive coordinator. Josh as well as several […]

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    Thunder Big Man Participates In Camp; Talks Fisher, Offseason

    Oklahoma City Thunder reserve center Hasheem Thabeet helped lead local kids through a Thunder youth basketball camp. At 7’3″ the big man blended in with the campers and participated in some of the drills. Thabeet went through the camp the same day his former teammate Derek Fisher became the New York Knicks head coach. “I’m very happy for him and I wish him the best of luck,” the fifth year center said. As for the offseason, Thabeet says he’s just been around Oklahoma City getting some […]

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    Reports: Thunder’s Derek Fisher to be Knicks’ head coach

    UPDATE 6/9/14 4:47pm : Reports are surfacing that the Thunder’s Derek Fisher is finalizing a 5 year, 25 million dollar deal making him the new head-coach of the New York Knicks. Multiple national sources from The Daily News, Bleacher Report and Yahoo! reporters believe this announcement could come soon. Yahoo! Sports reports sources have confirmed the deal.   OKLAHOMA CITY – The New York Knicks will “ramp up” their pursuit of Derek Fisher and are expected to make him their […]

  • Faith 7 All Star Game Full Of Highlights

    The 49th Faith 7 Bowl, Oklahoma vs Texas high school all-star basketball game had plenty of flair on the campus of Oklahoma Baptist University. After leading by 14 at halftime, Oklahoma fell to the Texas all-stars 116-112. The game featured several college bound players. Oklahoma Sooners signee Jamuni McNeace pulled down 15 rebounds and scored nine points for team Texas. Future Cowboy big man Mitchell Soloman had 12 rebounds and seven points. Former Del City star Brett Cannon had 18 points […]

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    VIDEO: Oklahomans And Texans Show Off In Faith 7 Dunk Contest

    Each year Oklahoma Baptist University hosts the Faith 7 Bowl all-star high school basketball game. Star basketball players from Oklahoma and Texas each represent their states in the event. At halftime the event holds a dunk contest. Three players from each state had three dunks each to try to win the contest. Future Texas Tech Red Raider Zach Smith wowed the crowd with several flashy dunks. Smith jumper over future Oklahoma Sooner Jamuni McNeace on one dunk. Former Putnam City West […]

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    Waltons, Holliday Continuing OSU Baseball Family Tradition

    Donnie and Rob Walton are catching up for lost time on the baseball diamond at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium with the Oklahoma State baseball team. Rob Walton, the OSU baseball team’s pitching coach, spent 14 years coaching at Oral Roberts University. During that time, he didn’t get to see his son Donnie play all that much. Now all of that has changed, Donnie is a two-year starter in the infield for the Cowboys baseball team and the father-son duo sees […]