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It’s that time again when we look back at the year behind us and start making lists.

A lot has happened this year, not the least of which was Reveal going weekly. And by Dec. 31, 52 hours of our investigative reporting will have hit the airwaves or streamed out of your devices.

So for our final act of 2016, we’re going to compile some of our – and your – favorite stories and moments from the year, both on the show and online.

Tell us: Which episode really affected or outraged you? Was there a story that you just can’t shake – a moment that’s stuck with you?

We want to hear it.

(If you need to jog your memory a bit, here’s a list of our shows.)

Fill out the short form below or leave us a voice mail at 805-REVEALS or 805-738-3257.

Note: We may use your responses online, in our weekly newsletter or include your voice in an upcoming episode.

Julia B. Chan can be reached at Follow her on Twitter: @juliachanb.

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Julia B. Chan worked at The Center for Investigative Reporting until June, 2017. Julia B. Chan is a producer and the digital editor for Reveal's national public radio program. She’s the voice of Reveal online and manages the production and curation of digital story assets that are sent to more than 200 stations across the country. Previously, Chan helped The Center for Investigative Reporting launch YouTube’s first investigative news channel, The I Files, and led engagement strategies – online and off – for multimedia projects. She oversaw communications, worked to better connect CIR’s work with a bigger audience and developed creative content and collaborations to garner conversation and impact.

Before joining CIR, Chan worked as a Web editor and reporter at the San Francisco Examiner. She managed the newspaper’s digital strategy and orchestrated its first foray into social media and online engagement. A rare San Francisco native, she studied broadcasting at San Francisco State University, focusing on audio production and recording. Chan is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.