Steven asked: “At CES there was a lot of talk about “Ultra HD Premium.” What does that mean for my Sony 4K TV that I bought last year? Does that mean that it will not handle the new signal that’s coming from the new Blu-ray players? Where do we stand with that?”
“Ultra HD Premium” is just a marketing name for a TV that can do 4K resolution (2160p), AND can handle HDR video and better quality audio.
Basically, it just certifies that a TV or Bluray player can display prettier color. Your current Sony 4k TV should continue to work just fine with new Blu-ray players, in fact, even older TVs will probably continue to work just fine with newer Blu-ray players, considering that 4K set haven’t sold well enough yet for manufacturers to be able to afford to ignore older 1080p sets.
Ultra HD Premium just means “Ultra HD TV that can handle richer color and better audio, but at the same resolution,” your current TV won’t be able to take advantage of the better color or better audio, but it will still work as it does now. You have nothing to worry about unless you want to have the latest and greatest.