Coming from a background in broadband, I'd agree with ka9dgx. Run conduit through an attic or crawl space. Each wall plate would ideally have two coax connections, an ethernet port and usb charging port unless the wall plate is specifically for a device (i.e. wall mounted tv). Having two coax ports allows an easy way to have both satellite and cable (for the internet) without dealing with a specialty splitter. Also, only activate the cable jacks you'll be using and if you are just going to activate a bunch, make sure to have a bi-directional amp (not regular house amp) or else your transmit will end up too high from too many splitters (if you're going with cable). If you do end up going with a cable company for tv or internet, have them send a tech out and let them check the system and show them where you're putting jacks and what the overall plan is so they can help give you on site ideas for streamlining it.