Even if the BBC failed to be broadcast anymore, News International and BSkyB would not be the sole broadcaster in the UK in fact far from it. The majority of channels broadcast on Sky are produced by independant broadcasters. Then there is major broadcasters like ITV, Channel 5, Al Jazeera, CNBC, CNN, and many more to list that are all independant of Murdoch and all produce their own news service. What you are saying is just scare mongering, at the end of the day in this modern age funding the TV license should be by choice and I am sorry it is not a choice that if you choose not to that you cannot watch TV at all, that is called a monopoly, TV license fee is a crime and I can't believe the government have gotten away with it for so long.
Yes there are other broadcasters on Sky, but they own the platform and that gives them immence power over what is and isn't shown.
ITV, Channel 4 and C5 use transmitters to broadcast on analogue (just) and freeview that are financed via the licence fee. The TV licence isn't just for funding the BBC.
edit on 23/3/12 by Insomniac because: To add stuff.