YouTube's gearing up to reveal some of the programming it's funding on October 21st during an event in Los Angeles, according to Recode. These new programs will reportedly feature a handful of its biggest stars, and Recode's sources said that at least some of the content will only be accessible to future subscription customers. A new report published by The Wall Street Journal indicates that the service has just welcomed much bigger players, though. If it's true, then YouTube has been able to convince Time Warner Inc.'s Turner cable unit, 21st Century Fox's Fox Sports, A+E Networks Inc. and Comcast Corp.'s NBCUniversal to add some of their shows to the $10-per-month service. It's also currently negotiating with Walt Disney Co.