We suggest that you wire your new home with home-run cabling (RG-6) from each potential TV location to a central location, usually in your utility room, as you would for cable TV. We also suggest that from the main locations (living room, family room & master bedroom) that you run two RG-6 cables; and for a home theater location, run four RG-6 cables. We then recommend running four RG-6 cables from that same central location to a point on your house where you plan to put your dish. This location must have an unobstructed view of the Southwestern sky (195°-220° azimuth) at about 43° elevation, specifically 110°, 119° and 129° orbital locations.
We also suggest that you run at least one RG-6 cable from the highest point in your attic for your local high definition antenna. Digital local channels are included on DISH Network, but does not include the Omaha channels.
Finally, some people want to distribute VCR, DVD, closed circuit cameras, or some other video source to all TVs in their home. RG-6 cables should also be wired from those locations to the central location.