Apple Held Preliminary Talks With MGM And The Pac-12 Conference In An Effort To Widen Apple TV+ Offerings

Apple has been having discussions with a range of potential partners, looking to expand its Apple TV + Offerings.
Wall Street Journal report identified  Metro Goldwyn Mayer and the Pac-12 conference as potential partners with Apple.
Apple making a deal with the Pac-12 conference means Apple will be able to stream live sports through its Apple TV + streaming service. The Pac-12 conference has its own cable network which has licensed more than 100 football and basketball games to ESPN and Fox. Those deals expire in 2024, which means any Apple involvement until then will not include the top draw
A deal with MGM would give Apple access to a library of content such as the Bond franchise, “Silence of the Lambs,” and TV shows such as “Fargo” and “The Addams Family.” and a wide array of MGM content including the premium network Epix. Apple could offer the shows and films on demand or create new versions of them without having to pay licensing fees
It should be noted that these talks are just preliminary and Apple and these companies are yet to finalize any things discussed during the meetings.