The UC Davis Mondavi Center Distinguished Speakers Series featured former President Clinton on November 17. To accommodate crowd overflow, IET and a number of other campus units arranged for a free live video simulcast of the speech to a crowd of 650 people in Freeborn Hall. \tA Communications Resources (CR) team laid three fiber-optic feeds between the Mondavi Center, and used a video production truck and a news-satellite truck at Freeborn Hall, where a borrowed video system with specialized projectors beamed Clinton onto a 20-foot screen. Due to security regulations set by the President's Secret Service team, IET established multiple back-up sites for the production trucks and installed land phone lines at all production sites to accommodate Secret Service protective measures. \tIET Mediaworks provided the live two-camera videotaping of the event. From the control room of the Mondavi Center, Mediaworks also fed a separate video and audio signal through another switcher to a second dedicated fiber link to Freeborn Hall, in case power in the production truck was lost. \tThe video of the speech is archived online at http://www.uctv.tv/. It can be viewed using Real Player. See also the IT Times story at http://ittimes.ucdavis.edu/dec2002/clinton.html.