Since the beginning of the show in 2013, Mark and Jorge have been asked to appear on different podcasts, radio and even television shows to talk about the Whitecaps, and they have even become regulars on some of them!


Kirk LaPointe is a well known and a respected figure in Canadian media. Kirk has held many top-level jobs including Senior Vice President of CTV News and Managing Editor of the Vancouver Sun, and is an Adjunct Professor and Executive-in-Residence at the Graduate School of Journalism at UBC.

Airing from 6-9pm Monday to Friday on Roundhouse Radio 98.3 FM in Vancouver, Evenings with Kirk LaPointe informs and entertains listeners as he discusses and examines issues with experts and newsmakers on a variety of issues and ideas.

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On the Coast with Stephen quinn - cbc radio

From 3pm to 6pm every weekday On the Coast with Stephen Quinn keeps the Lower Mainland updated on the latest on sports, weather, traffic, and entertainment.

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Canada FC - Canada talks, sirius xm

On Canada FC on Canada Talks Aron Papernick covers the world's game from a Canadian perspective. Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver are always on the agenda, as are the top flight leagues from England, Spain, Italy and more.

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The Two Solitudes podcast

The Two Solitudes Soccer Podcast is a show about the beautiful game in North America, Major League Soccer, NASL, USL hosted by Duane Rollins and Kevin Laramée

You can follow The Two Solitudes on Twitter.

Radio Cascadia

Radio Cascadia is the only podcast that offers complete, unbiased coverage of Pacific Northwest soccer. Each episode covers the latest news in Cascadia soccer and around MLS, interviews with journalists from around the country, and exclusive interviews with players.

You can follow Radio Cascadia on Twitter

Tri-Cities Community television

Working in partnership with Tri-Cities Community Television, From The Backline produced its very first live episode. Episode 104 was broadcasted live on the internet, published on YouTube and it later appeared on Shaw TV Channel 4 in the Tri-Cities area.