The Nashville Business Journal is seeking an aggressive, resourceful and creative reporter to own the entertainment beat in one of the country’s hottest cities. This uniquely Nashville beat features all the components that go into building Music City’s brand, which helps support a more than $5 billion tourism industry. You’ll cover storylines like tastemakers opening (and closing) restaurants. You’ll get to know honky-tonk owners and the CEOs of three major-league sports teams. You’ll dodge pedal taverns to dive into the city’s biggest events of the year, including CMA Music Festival and the Music City Grand Prix. But make no mistake: This is not a fluff beat. Not only is it one of our newsroom's most-read beats, it sits at the intersection of the biggest issues facing Nashville: How long can Nashville maintain our "It City" status? Is the city truly comfortable with our changing identity, one that doesn’t treat every neighborhood equally? Talented reporters can use this as a launching point to almost any story that deserves telling.