As a fan of the Indian Domestic scene (not just the Indian team), I don't wish to watch any feed of the IPL from Dubai. Actually, I don't wish to watch the IPL at all. It has crushed the Indian domestic scene, by pushing India's domestic players, top performers included, to the fringes, and out of contention. On the other hand, they scout zealously for overseas players, even folks who have never played an international game before. That amount of scouting was never done in domestic games.
They'll also fight tooth and nail against T20 teams of other countries to hold on to their overseas players for CLT20. That's because they're weak without them- but what stopped them from breeding their own player pool? That's what those teams from abroad did all these years- but the IPL is merely grabbing them with big moneybags. How cheap!
Now, it's in Dubai, when it could simply have had a change in format, or date, and that would benefit Indian audiences a lot more. The last time the IPL was shifted abroad, to South Africa, they played only to TV audiences in India. Revenue loss for advertisers was so high, that stupid ten-minute break was introduced- so anti-viewer that was! That the ridiculous injunction has been lifted is good news, so I won't watch any video feed. Watch it on Cricinfo/Yahoo or not, I won't support the IPL any longer. Franchises can snatch and hoard overseas players as much as they want.