The FIDE calendar says the last two Grand Prix events will be held February 2015 in Tbilisi, Georgia, and May 2015 in Moscow. This means that the entire Grand Prix cycle will have taken only eight months to complete.
I also added a link for the official site to my page on the forthcoming 2014 Carlsen - Anand title match, due to start in a few days. I couldn't find an official logo, so I used the image shown on the right.
The official site is a break from the normal look of FIDE sites. It tells us,
The look of the 2014 World Chess Championship, conceived by Pentagram, the famous design studio, stands out from typical chess events designs and represents an effort by FIDE to rebrand chess and make it more attractive for chess players and partners.
The site's schedule omits the starting time for rounds, but the TWIC page World Chess Championship 2014 tells us,
Games start at 3 PM local time, 1 PM CET, 12 PM GMT, 7 AM US East Coast.
I haven't decided where I'll be watching the match, so I'll start with the official site.