Sorry if I offended you, no offense intended,,, But inside the industry you work in many times there are views that don't match what is on the ground. A trip to your local tv big box tv seller shows exactly what I am saying is the truth.
I spent the last couple months shopping for a new TV and even the places still selling them are pushing buyers away from 3D TVs today.
3D TVs never have sold very well and with most of available content going away even inside the industry they are coming to the realization that it's a hard sell.
And like has been said in the ESPN & BBC interview, the industry is going in a different direction today.
I am not against UHD, it sounds like a really cool toy... But what use is it if all of it's capabilities will likely never be of any use to the average consumer in the real world for at least the next decade???