These changes have been reported since the publication of WRTH 2018:
Ozy Radio, Sydney has moved from 5045 to 4835 kHz.
CNR1 transmission on 6030 kHz is reported testing in DRM instead of AM.
CNR11 Tibetan and CNR13 Uyghur prgr. both have started new transmitters on 1503 kHz.
Guizhou PBS, Guiyang has reactivated 7275 kHz between 0140-0630.
Starting October R. Nikkei will reduce their shortwave schedule to the following setup: Nikkei 1 via Sapporo 3925kHz 10kW: 2200-2300, 0800-1500. Nikkei 1 via Tokyo 6055kHz 50kW: 2200-1500. Nikkei 2 Tokyo 6115kHz 50kW 2300-1000 & 3945kHz 10kW 1000-1400. The last one is Mon-Fri only, others daily. 9595 kHz may be used for emergency transmissions.
R. Kiribati has started a new 10 kW transmitter on 846 kHz from London village on Christmas Island.
All domestic shortwave frequencies have been noted reactivated in April after long inactivity. 7260 kHz is on the air almost regularly while 4895 and 4830 kHz are operating highly irregularly, all carrying 3rd network 2300-1500.
Thazin Radio uses 7435 kHz instead of 9590 kHz 0930-1330.
R. LV del Pueblo, Santiago de Chuco has started irregular operation on 4921v kHz. Schedule highly variable between 0900-0400. https://www.facebook.com/Radio-La-Voz-Del-Pueblo-Santiago-De-Chuco-137302053483702/
National Broadcasting Company Sakha Yakutiya has stopped operation on shortwave (7295 & 7345 kHz).
SIBC is operating on 5020 kHz at 5 kW, and 9545 kHz is closed due to transmitter problems.
All other Ukrainian MW transmitters are reported inactive except Mykolaiv 549 kHz (0300-2100) and Chasiv Yar 873 kHz (24h).