The 1977-1981 United States broadcast TV realignment consisted of a series of events that involved affiliation switches between major network stations that resulted from ABC becoming the most viewed network in the country, and began searching for stronger affiliates with higher ratings (most of them would defect from NBC).

Post-switchover changesEdit

ABC continued to upgrade its stations in at least two unrelated deals struck later:

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