Here is the announcement schedules with dates and times:

Sunday, May 15

9:00 PM: UTA Upfronts Party
Location: Lavo, 39 E. 58th Street

Monday, May 16
10:00 AM: NBC Announcement (evite ticket)
Location: Hilton Hotel – 3rd Floor, 1335 Avenue of the Americas
Lunch to follow upfront – Location TBD

4:00 PM: FBC Announcement (evite ticket)
Location: The New Beacon Theatre, 2124 Broadway
After-party immediately following at Wollman Rink in Central Park

9:00 PM-1:00 AM: NBC Upfronts Party (evite ticket)
Location: Del Posto Ristorante, 85 10th Ave

Tuesday, May 17
4:00 PM: ABC Announcement (hard ticket get in LA)
Location: Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center, 132 W. 65th St.
No after-party

7:00 PM: UEG Upfronts Party with Pharrell
Location: TenJune, 26 Little West 12th St

8:00 PM: Gersh Agency Upfronts Party
Location: James Hotel, 27 Grand Street

9:00 PM: Innovative Artists Upfronts Party
Location: Eventi Hotel, 851 Avenue Of The Americas

9:00 PM: WME Upfronts Dinner
Location: Peter Luger Steakhouse, 178 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

9:00 PM-11:00 PM: ICM Upfronts Party
Location: Simyone Lounge, 409 West 14th St

Wednesday, May 18
10:00 AM: TNT/TBS Announcement (mailed ticket invite)
Location: Hammerstein Ballroom, 311 W. 34th St.
11:30 AM: Private lunch to follow upfront at Del Posto, 85 10th Avenue

4:00 PM: CBS Announcement (hard tickets)
Location: Carnegie Hall, 881 7th Ave.
After-party immediately following at The Tent at Lincoln Center
Location: Damrosch Park, W. 62nd St between Columbus & Amsterdam Aves

9:00 PM: Adult Swim Upfront Party (with Jay-Z performing)
Location: Roseland Ballroom, 239 W 52nd Street

Thursday, May 19
11:00 AM: CW Announcement
Location: Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center – 11th Floor, 33 W. 60th St.

3:00 PM: Univision Communications Upfront Presentation
Location: New Amsterdam Theatre, 214 West 42nd Stree

Voice Search Being Tested on

Google has begun testing an integration of voice search with the search engine.  Voice search detects your computer’s microphone settings and can open up a “Speak now” widget to detect your words and transcribe them into a search query.  Android phone owners should be familiar with Google Voice Search; it’s available in the Google Search widget. Google Voice Search on Android even translates voice commands into actions. For example, “Directions to Empire State Building New York” will get you instant driving directions to Manhattan’s famous landmark.

Google has been working hard on improving the accuracy of its voice search product. It now recognizes Chinese and learns from your speech patterns. Perhaps now Google believes it’s accurate enough to begin testing with the general populace.

Right now, voice search seems to be in a limited testing period. While searching by voice may be easier than typing in some cases, we don’t think you’re suddenly going to see an uptick in people shouting out their search queries.  Google Voice Search “works surprisingly well but is very awkward to use in the office.”