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
  • Big 12 Basketball Honors Announced

    Several Sooners and Cowboys were honored as the Big 12 Conference announced it’s men’s basketball honors. Texas Tech’s Jarrett Culver won player of the year, and his head coach, Chris Beard, won coach of the year for the second consecutive season. OU junior forward Kristian Doolittle won the league’s most improved player of the year award, and was named to the All-Big 12 third team. Joining the Edmond Memorial grad on the third team is OU’s Christian James. Harrah native […]

  • Trae Young Partners AAU Program With Local Gym

    Former Norman North and OU star Trae Young announced this week that he’s partnering his Trae Young Elite Youth Basketball Program with the Santa Fe Family Life Center in Oklahoma City. The facility will serve as the home of his AAU program. The Atlanta Hawks rookie will also hold two camps, and a tournament at the S.F.F.L.C. each year. He’ll also participate in the center’s charitable programs. Watch our Nate Feken’s story to hear more about the partnership, his NBA […]

  • OSU Wrestling Powers Past Iowa In Front Of Sell-Out Crowd

    The second ranked Oklahoma State wrestling team powered past third ranked Iowa 27-12 in front of a sell-out crowd to finish undefeated in the regular season for the 46th time in program history. John Smith’s squad won seven of the ten matches giving him his seventh undefeated regular season as head coach. Next up for OSU is the Big 12 Tournament in Tulsa on March 9-10. Check out the video for highlights and reaction from the Cowboy’s big win.

  • Thunder’s Hamidou Diallo Wins Dunk Contest, Former Sooners Compete

    Oklahoma City Thunder rookie guard Hamidou Diallo won the 2019 NBA slam dunk contest with an array of dazzling dunks. Diallo had, Thunder teammate, Russell Westbrook throw him an alley oop on one dunk, dunked over Shaquille Oneal with Superman shirt on and then dunked over rapper, Quavo to win the competition. Former Sooner star Buddy Hield made it to the finals of the three point competition, but was beat out by the Brooklyn Nets’ Joe Harris. Atlanta Hawks rookie, […]

  • Special Signing Day For Dadrion Taylor, Demariyon Houston

    The later 2019 college football national signing day proved to be a special one for Carl Albert High School’s Dadrion Taylor and Millwood High School’s Demariyon Houston. Taylor ended up at Texas Tech after initially being committed to Utah State. Former USU head coach Matt Wells took the same position at Tech, and eventually signed Taylor as a Red Raider. Houston was initially committed to the University of Texas before decommitting, and signing with Nebraska. Our Nate Feken takes a […]

  • Texas Tech Smokes Sooners In Norman

    Texas Tech topped the OU men’s basketball team 66-54 on Saturday, February 9, for the Sooners sixth loss in their last seven Big 12 games. The Red Raiders took the lead four minutes into the game, and never gave it up again. Four different Red Raiders scored in double figures. Rashard Odomes led the Sooners in scoring with 14 points. Lon Kruger’s club has now lost four straight Big 12 games inside the Lloyd Noble Center. For a complete recap […]

  • Report: Bob Stoops Expected To Be Named XFL Head Coach, General Manager

    Bob Stoops is expected to be named the head coach and general manager of the XFL’s new Dallas franchise, according to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. The professional football league played one football season in 2001, and will make a comeback in 2020. KFOR’s sports team received an email about the introductory press conference for the Dallas team’s new head coach and general manager. The press conference is scheduled for Thursday, February 7, at 1 PM CT in Arlington, […]

  • Terry Wilson Takes Winding Road To Success, Changing Culture At Kentucky

    Former Del City High School quarterback Terry Wilson’s taken a winding road to success before helping change the culture of Kentucky football. After signing with the University of Oregon out of Del City, Wilson transferred to Garden City Community College and then signed with the University of Kentucky. ‘Touchdown Terry’ helped change the culture of Wildcat football by being a part of the third ten win season in school history. Check out our Nate Feken’s exclusive conversation with Wilson about […]

  • Jace Sternberger Took The Road Less Traveled From Kingfisher To The NFL

    Former Kingfisher High School football standout Jace Sternberger took the road less traveled from his hometown to the NFL. After graduating from high school Sternberger played two seasons with the University of Kansas, before transferring to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College and then signed with Texas A&M. After an All-American season at A&M Sternberger decided to turn pro. Our Nate Feken sat down for an exclusive interview with the former Kingfisher Yellowjacket before he begins training for the NFL in Colorado. […]

  • Sooners, Cowboys Earn All-Big 12 Football Honors

    The Big 12 announced its 2018 season football honors on Wednesday, November 28. For the fourth straight season an Oklahoma Sooner, Kyler Murray, took home the offensive player of the year award. Sooner standouts Austin Seibert, special teams player of the year, and Dru Samia, co-offensive lineman of the year, also won individual awards. Lincoln Riley was named Chuck Neinas co-coach of the year. Murray, Samia, Seibert as well as Marquise Brown, Grant Calcaterra, Cody Ford and Ben Powers all […]

  • Thursday Night Heroes, Week Nine

    Week nine of Oklahoma’s high school football season kicked off with several marquee games on Thursday night. Our Dylan Buckingham and Nate Feken covered three games across Oklahoma City. Check out the video to see highlights from John Marshall, Stillwater, Putnam City and more.

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