The Wire Report received incorrect information from the CBC that led to the publication of an error in its Quarterly Briefing on the transition to digital television broadcasting. On p. 9 of the briefing, published Monday, The Wire Report published a list of markets with analog transmitters scheduled to shut down by the transition deadline of Sept. 1 and where the CBC does not intend to replace the signals with digital by the CRTC's deadline. The Wire Report's Quarterly Briefing report has been updated with the correct information. The updated list shows markets that will lose their CBC signals unless the broadcaster converts the transmitters to digital or the CRTC issues an exception to allow the stations to continue broadcasting in analog. According to the CBC, the following markets are affected: Calgary, Alta. (Radio-Canada); Lethbridge, Alta. (Radio-Canada, CBC); Saskatoon, Sask. (Radio-Canada, CBC); London, Ont. (Radio-Canada, CBC); Windsor, Ont. (Radio-Canada); Quebec City, Que. (CBC); Trois Rivières, Que. (CBC), Kitchener, Ont. (Radio-Canada, CBC); Saint John, N.B. (Radio-Canada, CBC); Fredericton, N.B. (Radio-Canada); Charlottetown, P.E.I.\t(Radio-Canada); Moncton, N.B. (CBC); Halifax, N.S. (Radio-Canada), Sherbrooke, Que. (CBC); St. John’s, Nfld. (Radio-Canada); Thunder Bay, Ont. (Radio-Canada); and Chicoutimi, Que. (CBC).