After the public comments session, the Regents attempted to discuss the UC budget. At that point, the audio went on and off, apparently in response to demonstrations. There was a statement that the room at UC-San Francisco had been cleared. The audio finally cut off entirely about 11:45 AM.
Update: A copy of the Regents audio that covers the session after the cut off recorded above has been requested. It will be posted when received.
News accounts of the meeting are at http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-uc-regents-20111129,0,7181269.story [Student protests disrupt meeting of UC regents] and http://www.baycitizen.org/education/story/protesters-demand-uc-regents-raises/ [Despite Angry Protests, UC Regents Raise Administrators' Salaries]
Actions taken by the Regents on state-funded compensation are at http://www.universityofcalifornia.edu/regents/regmeet/nov11/c3b.pdf
Actions taken on nonstate-funded compensation are at
The Regents approved a budget that ostensibly avoids a tuition increase (but is unlikely to be what the state gives us):