After three scheduled days of talks under a mutually agreed upon media blackout, the striking Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture & Television Producers have agreed to hold a fourth day of talks this morning (Nov. 29) at 10 a.m. Pacific time at an undisclosed Los Angeles hotel. The blackout has prevented much news from leaking out of the talks, but many in the industry are taking the planning of an additional day of negotiation as a good sign. Meanwhile, picketing continued on Wednesday with the International Alliance of Writers Guilds lending a hand by rounding up sympathetic scribes in cities around the globe. (Hollywood Reporter)