Some pro leagues might soon get more social.

FOX's Chris Hoenig reports:

Twitter is in talks with several pro leagues and broadcasters about streaming live sports, according to tech website Re-Code...

The NBA, Major League Soccer and Turner, the parent company of TNT, are among those the social media platform is negotiating with in its bid to acquire digital content rights.

Twitter already has a deal with the NFL, paying $10 million last year to live-stream some Thursday night games.

The company is also reportedly exploring fringe coverage, like it has done at Wimbledon this year. Providing pre- and post-match material while another company has the actual match streaming rights.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News.

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