Rupert putting "special things" behind WSJ subscription wall

News Corp. boss Rupert Murdoch, speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, commented on the future of the Wall Street Journal website: "We are going to greatly expand and improve the free part of The Wall Street Journal online, but there will still be a strong offering" for subscribers.

The really special things will still be a subscription service, and, sorry to tell you, probably more expensive."
This likely means more articles will be free, but what will end up in the subscription-only section — behind the paywall, in blogger jargon? Our money is on a 24/7 Walt Mossberg/Justin.tv lifecast — a live, streaming, online video "documenting" Uncle Walt's life. We'd pay at least $5.95 a month for that.