Some articles on nationally:

Scott Lanaway
... 'Mergers Acquisitions' charted nationally on college radio across Canada ... was on MuchMusic, and the song 'Gabapentin' was featured nationally on CBC Radio3 and Sirius satellite radio in the summer of 2010 ... Lanaway's music has been played nationally on CBC Radio 3 and college radio in Canada and the U.S. ...
List Of Moths Of Great Britain (Sesiidae) - Subfamily Paranthreninae
... tipuliformis Currant Clearwing — throughout England, local Wales, Scotland Isle of Man (Nationally Scarce B) Synanthedon vespiformis Yellow-legged ...
Sports Broadcasting Contracts In Australia - Rugby League
... National Rugby League Nine Network (2013–2017) Friday night (2 matches, 1 live nationally, 1 delayed nationally) Sunday afternoon (1 match, delayed nationally) ... Fox Sports (2013–2017) 5 matches per round, live nationally ...
Media In Peel Region - Television
... However, several nationally-distributed cable television services maintain their base of operations in the Peel region ...
Carson Mansion - Architectural Style
... One nationally known architectural historian described the home as "a baronial castle in Redwood..." and stated further that "The illusion of grandeur in the house is heightened by the play on scale ... only official historical building listing of this State of California and nationally architecturally significant structure ...

More definitions of "nationally":

  • (adv): With regard to a nation taken as a whole.
    Example: "A nationally uniform culture"

Famous quotes containing the word nationally:

    The improved American highway system ... isolated the American-in-transit. On his speedway ... he had no contact with the towns which he by-passed. If he stopped for food or gas, he was served no local fare or local fuel, but had one of Howard Johnson’s nationally branded ice cream flavors, and so many gallons of Exxon. This vast ocean of superhighways was nearly as free of culture as the sea traversed by the Mayflower Pilgrims.
    Daniel J. Boorstin (b. 1914)

    It used to be said that, socially speaking, Philadelphia asked who a person is, New York how much is he worth, and Boston what does he know. Nationally it has now become generally recognized that Boston Society has long cared even more than Philadelphia about the first point and has refined the asking of who a person is to the point of demanding to know who he was. Philadelphia asks about a man’s parents; Boston wants to know about his grandparents.
    Cleveland Amory (b. 1917)