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
  • OSU Quarterback Of The Future Shane Illingworth Shares Connections To Oklahoma

    Shane Illingworth is Oklahoma State football’s highest rated high school quarterback commitment since Bobby Reid in 2003. Illingworth calls Norco, California home, but already shares some connections to Oklahoma. The high school senior has family from Perry, Lindsay and Mustang, Oklahoma, so he already knows the OSU football program well. Get to know Shane in our Nate Feken’s story from Norco, California.

  • Douglass Takes Home Title From All City Preview

    After a facing some tough times the last few seasons the Douglass High School football team took home the title at the annual Oklahoma City Schools All-City Preview. The Trojans beat the John Marshall Bears 8-0 in the semifinals, and then took down Northwest Classen High School 10-0 to win the title. The games featured fifteen minute halves with a running clock, so the tournament could fit in all the games Friday night. Check out the video above to see […]

  • Pokes Preview Season, Quarterback Battle Continues

    The Oklahoma State football team held their fan appreciation and media day on Saturday, August 3. There’s plenty of Pokes vying for starting spots, but the quarterbacks seem to be in the spotlight. OSU head coach Mike Gundy hinted that his team could play both Spencer Sanders and Dru Brown during his press conference. The media also had their first chance to talk to Brown and Sanders. Gundy doesn’t allow first year players to talk with the media. Check out […]

  • Brad Dalke Breaks Down His Ties To OU, His Plans For Pro Golf And More

    Brad Dalke recently wrapped up his college career, and an unprecedented run of success with OU’s men’s golf program. Dalke helped the Sooners win a national title in 2017, and made the match play rounds at the national title four straight yaers. He and teammate Blaine Hale are the only two collegiate golfers ever to make match play during their entire college career. Dalke is currently in the process of turning pro, and trying to get on the PGA tour. […]

  • Johnny Bench Back In Oklahoma, Catches First Pitch

    Binger native and baseball hall of famer Johnny Bench was back in Oklahoma on Saturday, July 6. The Cincinnati Reds legend held a clinic for youth baseball players, and caught the first pitch before the Oklahoma City Dodgers game. It’s customary to throw out the first pitch, but since Bench was a catcher he decided to catch the pitch instead. Bench also helped promote a book, and signed autographs while he was at Bricktown Ballpark on Saturday. Check out the […]

  • Cole Thompson Takes Unique Journey To Success, Oklahoma State

    How far would you be willing to go to chase success? For, Norman High senior football player, Cole Thompson it’s about 30 miles, and the journey’s paid off. The teenager transferred from Putnam City West High School to Norman, and success has followed him ever since. Thompson decided to follow his former P.C. West head coach Rocky Martin to Norman, and it led to a college commitment to Oklahoma State. Check out our Nate Feken’s story to get the full […]

  • Josh Richardson Returns Home For Annual Youth Camp, Brings Heat Teammates

    Former Edmond Santa Fe basketball standout Josh Richardson was back home to host his third annual youth basketball camp. Richardson, his family and friends are always trying to improve the camp each year. They did just that with a special surprise in appearances from Josh’s Miami Heat teammates Bam Adebayo and Kelly Olynyk. Our Nate Feken caught up with the Miami Heat trio to hear why they wanted to help kids attending the camp. Check out the full story in […]

  • Catching Up With Baker Mayfield And His Youth Football Camp

    Oklahoma football legend Baker Mayfield recently returned to Norman to host his second youth football camp. Mayfield received a surprise from Sooner legends Billy Sims and Barry Switzer at his camp. The trio even ran a play from Switzer’s wishbone offense for the campers and parents. The Heisman Trophy winner discussed their visit, Kyler Murray, Jalen Hurts, his Cleveland Browns and more. Check out the video above to hear all the latest from Mayfield.  

  • Trace Ford’s Found A Future In Football And TV?

    Trace Ford recently wrapped up his high school days at Edmond Santa Fe, and has enrolled at Oklahoma State University on a football scholarship. Ford starred at Santa Fe on the football and baseball field. Trace won a state title with the Wolves this spring before heading to Stillwater. The linebacker has an interest in working in TV one day, so we were able to help him look into the industry. Check out our Nate Feken’s story to get to […]

  • Catching Up With OU Football Legend Adrian Peterson

    Adrian Peterson was back in Norman recently to host his first All Day Elite football camp. Peterson says he hopes this last camp is the start of an annual event in Norman. Our Nate Feken caught up with the Oklahoma football legend, and discussed a variety of topics. Check out the video to hear Peterson’s thoughts on the OU defense, Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray, a comparison to a local high school standout, AD’s NFL future and more.

  • Sooners Sweep Northwestern To Make 13th Women’s College World Series

    The OU softball team shut out Northwestern 8-0 to sweep their series against the Wildcats, and advance to the Women’s College World Series for the eighth time in nine years. The Sooners hit five home runs, in the win, to break the school record for a single season with 108 home runs. Sydney Romero, Jocelyn Alo, Grace Green, Caleigh Clifton and Lynnsie Elam all hit home runs for the Sooners. Patty Gasso’s group will open the WCWS against Alabama at […]

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