In the world of sports, timing is everything. You can learn all about timing and capturing the action of the local sports scene this fall and winter at Cape Ann Television’s video and audio workshop, “Great Timing: Covering Cape Ann Sports with Passion and Precision,” on August 22 from 3-5 p.m. Hosted by award winning New England Sports Network (NESN) Supervisor George Vago, of Manchester and Cape Ann Production Coordinator Andrew Love, Vago and Love will share their recipes for the best sports event coverage: timing, technique and equipment. At the workshop, Vago and Love will teach techniques about capturing the key action and pace of the games. Vago has orchestrated numerous studio and field productions for the sports network and previously worked at CN8, WLVI-TV, Boston and WFSB-TV, Hartford, CT. During his amazing career, he has won numerous awards including Silver and Bronze medals at the New York International Film and Television Festival, the Telly Awards, the New England Emmy Awards and the Associated Press Awards. Over the past four years, Love has worked as a Cape Ann TV staff person empowering CATV members and volunteers to cover the excitement of local sports. Cape Ann can boast some of the most successful high school boys and girls sports teams in the area and you can be part of chronicling local sports history by joining the Cape Ann TV sports videography team! Space is limited, so reserve a spot by calling Cape Ann Television, 978-281-2443.