Another of the BBC News website's top stories this afternoon (in 6th place, but now slipping down the pecking order), is:
This links to a report about BBC boss Tony Hall's latest pronouncements (on the Andrew Marr Show) - pronouncements obviously so important that Lord Hall's website minions deemed them important enough to make the 'Most Important Stories' section of their home page.
His Lordship seems intensely relaxed about Mr Whittingdale though:
He added: "He's very direct about the BBC and the licence fee, but John Whittingdale's report when he was chairman of the DCMS (Department for Culture, Media and Sport) committee said some vey [sic] positive things about the BBC.
"He knows the sector and loves what the media do - and the arts - and it's a positive way to start."