I believe the term "satellite ready" refers to the RG-6 coax that is installed from the cabinet to the roof. If you look on the roof, you will see a plumbing vent cap installed near the front of the Georgetown roof where there is no plumbing. Under this cap is a cutout with the coax cable for a satellite dish.
If you want to watch cable (or antenna) on one TV and satellite on a different TV, you will need to locate the coax cable splitter, and disconnect the coax line for each TV from the cable splitter. The splitter is probably behind the cabinet near the antenna/cable/satellite switch box, but it could also be behind the entertainment center. It will take a bit of detective work to trace which coax cable goes where, but you should be able to isolate each TV to a specific source. You may need some F-81 connectors to join two coax cables together when you bypass the splitter.
Depending on how the coax cables were installed at the factory, it may be easier to simply run a new length of RG-6 from a basement cable TV connector to the bedroom TV.
After you trace the individual coax cables, I would suggest labeling them for future reference.
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