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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
  • A Trae Young Throwback, Looking Back At A Journey To The NBA

    What a week it’s been for Trae Young. The Norman native’s hosting his first basketball camp, and also keeping close to his roots by hosting a back to school bash where he’s giving away free backpacks and school supplies. Before he became a star for the Sooners and a top five NBA draft pick we were there for his freshman year at Norman North. “Oh my gosh,” Young said.  “I was wearing number three with the short fade.  That is […]

  • Codey McElroy Changes Careers, Credits Oklahoma Roots

    When preparation meets opportunity, some say, that’s luck. Codey McElroy calls that life. After graduating from Chattanooga High School he played baseball for five years, competing in college and the minors. Then there was a season with OSU basketball. Following that Codey tried coaching. Looking for stability the 25 year old enrolled at Southeastern Oklahoma State last fall, and took aim at a career in oil. For the first time he was a normal college kid, which led to being […]

  • Catching Up With Cowboy Golf Champ Austin Eckroat

    After helping the Cowboys claim the top spot in college golf Austin Eckroat, says he’s felt like a mini celebrity of late. Eckroat told me, he’s being recognized more often now, and that he’s posing for more pictures with people too. Austin’s no stranger to success. The teenager’s won four championships in five years when you include his days as a Huskie at Edmond North high school. “We were the best team in the state, and we were expected to […]

  • Former Sooner Star, J.D. Runnels, Helps Cornhusker Commit, Jamie Nance

    There’s a football factory forming outside Oklahoma City at J.D. Runnel’s gym. His latest gridiron undergrad is Blanchard’s Jamie Nance who captured a commitment to the Nebraska Cornhuskers on Saturday. “I dreamed about this as a kid from watching college football on Saturdays,” Nance said.  “From a young age I just knew if I worked hard for it I knew it would come.  Here I am sitting here, talking about it and making it all come true.” Runnels quickly caught […]

  • Buddy Hield Holds Camp In OKC, Passes On Knowledge About ‘The Process’

    The stories of Buddy Hield’s workout warrior days from his college career are legendary. He passed some of that knowledge about the process onto his own campers this week. The Sooner star turned NBA guard even stopped camp at one point to tell kids that were goofing off to head to the bleachers if they weren’t there to work. Hield holds numerous nicknames including Buddy Love, for his like ability, especially with young people. “Yea I feel like it’s easy […]

  • OKC Thunder Prepares For Game Two With Jazz, Team With “Edge” Wins

    The Oklahoma City Thunder host the Utah Jazz for game two of their NBA Western Conference playoff series on Wednesday, April 18, at 7 p.m. CT inside Chesapeake Arena. The Thunder look to improve to 5-4 after winning the first game of a NBA playoff series at home. OKC’s lost four of their last five in that situation, starting with the 2012 NBA Finals versus the Miami Heat. According to Steven Adams, “The team that comes out with most edge, […]

  • Millwood Grad, Cameron Batson, Preps For Pro Football

    As Cameron Batson digs into the same spot that shaped his career, he’s still climbing. Overlooked by both OU and OSU four years ago the Millwood senior set off to make them pay at Texas Tech. “Anytime I play an Oklahoma school I want to have career games,” Batson, then a Millwood High School senior, said.  “I want to do the best that I can against them.  I want to embarrass them.” The state schools still won, but Batson caught […]

  • Thunder’s Patrick Patterson Connects With Community Through Movies

    As expected Thunder forward Patrick Patterson focuses in on another game, and aims his attention at the rim. You may not expect that movies jumped into his life from an early age. “For me it’s just a way to break from reality,” Patterson said.  “Yea I love my life.  I’m very happy with my life, I’m very blessed but I love to look at other people’s lives, and just wonder what if.  And that’s what movies allow me to do.” […]

  • Sooners’ struggles on the road continue

    Iowa State topped the University of Oklahoma men’s basketball team 88-80 on Saturday in Ames, the Sooners’ sixth straight loss on the road. The Sooners have yet to win at Iowa State since Lon Kruger took over as head coach. Oklahoma’s last win inside Hilton Coliseum was in 2011. After trailing by as many as 17, the Sooners were able to tie the game several times in the second half before the Cyclones went on a late 9-0 run to […]

  • Minkah Fitzpatrick In OKC To Claim Thorpe Award

    Alabama defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick made the trip to Oklahoma City to pick up the Paycom Jim Thorpe Award, for college football’s best defensive back, for the 2017 season. The former Crimson Tide star sat courtside for an Oklahoma City Thunder game, picked up a cowboy hat and boots and visited with patients at the Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Center. Fitzpatrick said, he kept a picture of the award in his locker to keep him motivated throughout the season. The New […]

  • Texas Tops OU On Road, For Fifth Straight Sooner Away Loss

    The Texas Longhorns topped the OU men’s basketball team 79-74, on February 3, for the Sooners fifth straight loss on the road. The Longhorns finished the game on a 21-8 run to give Shaka Smart’s team their third straight home win over a ranked opponent. Sooners star Trae Young finished with 14 assists and 19 points, but shot 7-of-22 from the field. The loss prevented OU from moving into a three-way tie atop the Big 12 Conference. OU junior Jamuni […]