Too complex for a poll, I think.
To keep the BBC more or less as it is...
i) Include 'having a broadband connection' (suitably defined) as something you need a licence for. People who never watch video will lose out and whinge but there you go.
ii) Abolish the licence fee, put the necessary increment on VAT or income tax.
iii) Make explicit that this is a bizarre regressive hypothecated tax and charge everyone it.
Presumably Murdoch et al would object to any of the above. But...
Thesis: it is in the interests of Murdoch (in particular) to keep the BBC about as strong as it is because there is a danger that a government would decide to privatise it with adequate transition funding and commercial freedom, and that it would then be a serious competitor for e.g. sporting rights
Antithesis: But things probably wouldn't happen that way, and/or the management would cock things up in the classic British tradition
Do not answer on more than one side of the paper at once.