Lunch Break Links: Radiohead reveals sales figures from the In Rainbows experiment, CNN gets into news-comedy biz

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Columbus Alive

So how many people downloaded Radiohead's In Rainbows at a price of their choosing? And how many bought the expensive, elaborate box set? (Guilty.) And how much bank did the band make? At long last, the band's publisher has revealed such information, so those of us who wondered how well the whole thing worked out for them finally have some clue.

In related news, are you ready to buy albums on a tiny hard drive? No? Well, the music industry is trying it out anyway.

Per Variety, CNN has tapped D.L. Hughley to host a news-driven comedy show.

As Project Runway wraps up its fifth season, EW rounds up the 12 best designers in the show's history. Nice feature guys, but Santino did not win Season 2.

Showtime has picked up a new comedy starring Matthew Perry as a talk show host.

Local rock icon Don B. will be sad to learn that the guy who wrote the Batman theme has died.

AV Club's latest interview is David Byrne.

I hate it when Mad Men gets era-specific stuff wrong. At least it doesn't happen often.

Amy Sedaris will star in a new sitcom.

How does Curb Records benefit by releasing a third Tim McGraw hits album instead of the new album he already has in the can?

30 Rock will debut its season premiere online a week before the Oct. 30 premiere date.

Lastly, I can't believe there's a new Q-Tip video, but here it is. It's called "Move." Very low-budget look, but the song definitely flashes me back to 1991 in the best way possible.