YouTube is reportedly going to start charging money for access to select video channels, although the exact details have yet to be announced. In this brief but lively discussion, our experts ponder the eternal question: What would it take to get you to pay for a YouTube channel? UPDATE: Rumor no more! YouTube has officially announced pay-to-watch channels. Channel pricing will start at a lower-than-expected 99 cents per month, but most fall into the $4.99 range, while some swing as high as $9.99 per month. Other than National Geographic and UFC offerings, no "big name" content providers signed up; however, there is word that a Sesame Street channel is in the works. So, what do you think of this plan, now? Does the reality of the service change the way you felt when it was just a rumor? Tell us in the comment section below! Related dealnews Features: JCPenney to Customers: Sorry Guys, Let's All Be Friends Again! Some of Your Favorite Retail Sites May Be Giving Your Data to the Government The New Kool-Aid Man: Sensitive, Pants-less, and "More Human" Follow @dealnews for the latest roundups, price trend info, and stories. You can also sign up for an email alert for all dealnews features.