FCC List of Domestic SW Stations All shortwave stations are listed with owner, exact location, transmitter power, antenna characteristics, etc,
FCC List of Target Zones Domestic shortwave stations are prohibited by the FCC from targeting areas within the United States. They must target listeners in other nations. Here are the target zones for each station's frequencies. Also listed are transmitter power and antenna azimuth. Azimuth is the direction of maximum antenna gain, expressed in degrees clockwise from north. Thus 0 degrees is north, 90 degrees is due east, 180 degrees is due south, 270 degrees is due west, etc.
Target Zone Maps These maps show numbered target zones for each area of the world. For example Zone 08 is the eastern United States, Zone 28 is Central Europe, etc.
Shortwave Broadcasting in the U.S. Wikipedia article on domestic shortwave broadcasting
Short-Wave.Info This site shows a world map with SW stations, frequencies, times on air, and much more. Highly recommended as the place to go for info on shortwave stations.
Prime Time Shortwave Great site for SW news and schedules. There is an associated Yahoo! Group called Prime Time Shortwave.
Shortwave Central Shortwave news and propagation reports.
The North American Shortwave Association Shortwave news and information. Newsletter archive on site.
SHORTWAVE, LONGWAVE, DC TO DAYLIGHT Lots of radio info compiled by ham operator AC6V.
World of Radio Radio legend Glenn Hauser hosts a weekly broadcast about radio with an emphasis on shortwave. His podcast is available on this site.
QSO Radio Program Veteran radio personality Ted Randall hosts a talk show about ham radio. Lots of shortwave listeners tune into his show. Go to the podcast link and listen to the interview of George McClintock, creator of shortwave stations WWCR and WTWW.