But there's a good analysis at Poynter, which picks up on the line saying that some stories will be held back for print publication.
"It remains to be seen how many Guardian articles will be treated as exclusive,
and thereby go "paper first." ... the really interesting shift will come when
exclusive stories -- and I mean the prestigious exclusive stories -- are
launched first on the site."
The writer identifies "four distinct archetype models of publishing for exclusive stories:
- Value Model: Exclusive stories are published first wherever the audience is most valuable.
- Story Model: The exclusive story breaks in whichever channel is best suited according to that channel's strengths and weaknesses.
- Speed Model: Any story breaks in the fastest channel.
- Channel Model: A story follows the channel where it arose. (The good old nothing-has-changed model.)"