UPDATE #2: Rocco Palmo writes "Cardinal Donald Wuerl is slated to give the most definitive update yet on the Stateside implementation of Anglicanorum coetibus at around 2pm Eastern today." The time given to me originally was 3:25pm, and that's what it looked like on the agenda. However, it appears that those interested in watching the live-stream will have to keep an eye on the proceedings starting after the lunch break.
UPDATE: For those who are interested, here is the link for the full agenda of the Bishops' meeting. As you can see, Cardinal Wuerl's report on Anglicanorum coetibus appears to be the final item on Tuesday, wedged between an action item from the Committee on National Collections and a coffee break. I'm just guessing, but that doesn't appear to be the setting for a major announcement.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will have its Fall General Assembly in Baltimore on November 14-16.
Among the many topics being discussed, there will be a report on the U. S. Ordinariate — the USCCB website calls it "…an update by Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl of Washington on the process of incorporating Anglican groups into the U.S. Catholic Church under Pope Benedict XVI's 2009 apostolic constitution 'Anglicanorum coetibus.'"
When I asked Fr. Scott Hurd in an email if there would be something newsworthy in the Cardinal's comments, he responded, "I think that all interested parties will wish to tune in!"