Apple (AAPL) seems to be working on developing original programming, but the company's efforts are unfocused, Mashable reports.
"As of right now, there isn't a structural approach. There's been a little bit of a moving target as to what exactly their plan is," an industry source told the publication.
However, people close to the meetings said it's "confusing" as to what Apple desires.
"It's not like they are coming to the table saying 'We'd like to go buy six shows this year across three arenas.' It's much more opportunistic, which makes it hard to sell to them," a source told Mashable.
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