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Eric Schmidt on traditional media, Barack Obama and energy
Part 3, September 2 2008: Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, talks to Chrystia Freeland, US Managing Editor, about why Google does not want to create content, but rather help traditional media to create more effective content using tools that belong to Google. He also discusses Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama and why his rise to prominence is due to the Internet. And finally, Schmidt speaks about Google's stake in energy policy as a large consumer of electricity, as well as Google's engagement in public policy. Next week, Ronald Williams of Aetna. If you have a question for Ronald Williams, please email it to the link below.