Many thanks to SWLing Post contributor, Dan Ervin, who writes:
Hi Thomas –
Long time fan of your blog. I recently stumbled upon a (new to me) Shortwave Broadcast Schedule database. It is aggregated from AOKI, EiBi and HFCC databases. Home|Shortwave DB™
Not sure if you’ve seen it? But I’ve been using it for about a week now and I really like it! Just passing it along!
Click here to check out Shortwave DB.
Thank you for the tip, Dan. I was not familiar with this database either. Many of the online databases I’ve used in the past have either been abandoned or haven’t been updated in several seasons. I look forward to exploring this one. Thanks again!
I have no idea who is running this
but it’s the one I use for many years.
I’m liking the look of this… as long as it Stays up to date.
Nice web site, thanks!
My favorite for several years has been https://groups.io/g/swskeds operated by Dan Ferguson. This is also a compilation of AOKI, EIBI, HFCC, as well as others. It is periodically updated and posted as a downloadable ZIP file containing Excel, CSV and text formats. I like to convert the Excel data range to a table where it can quickly be sorted and filtered in many ways.
I have also recently discovered https://www.shortwaveschedule.com/, which appears to operate the same way as https://shortwavedb.org/.
Sure would have been great to have any one of these resources back in the day, They make station ID as easy as shooting fish in a barrel.
I’ve been using the shortwave schedule site for a few weeks now, very happy with it, after being disappointed with shortwave info site not being up to date
short-wave.info should be fixed now. The guy who runs it had some sort of database issue that took a while to get sorted out.
That’s a really good looking site. Thanks for the heads-up.
This is rely helpful. Wasn’t aware of it. Many thanks? Ken