And these issues will continue to happen while Newsbeat copy continues to be shoehorned into the main news site.
Incidentally if you read this weeks Private Eye, it's claimed that young people aren't visiting the BBC News site in their droves, instead preferring social media apps, which the BBC are concerned about.
And some stories can be done in two ways as well. It cropped up yesterday with the Coleen Rooney/ Rebekah Vardy spat - on one side, a gossip goldmine featuring personalities a chunk of the audience will be very familiar with; on the other, a tale of media ethics involving people much of the audience may only be vaguely familiar with at best.
Whereas I think in the past, the BBC might have taken the latter approach, this was given a Newsbeat treatment instead, which just gives critics more ammunition. The leap in tone is too much, along with the inconsistency of treatment.