Basic information
Interviewee ID: 990354
Name: Byambadorj
Parent's name: Balidir
Ovog: Olhonuud
Sex: m
Year of Birth: 1949
Ethnicity: Halh

Additional Information
Education: higher
Notes on education: television director
Work: TV director
Belief: Buddhist
Born in: Darvi sum, Hovd aimag
Lives in: Bayangol sum (or part of UB), Ulaanbaatar aimag
Mother's profession: herder
Father's profession: worker

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Summary of Interview 090827B with Byambadorj

Note: This is a combined summary of interview parts 090827A and 090827B

Byambadorj is one of the first workers of Mongolian TV and Radio. In 1967 he started his working career as a stage-setter and illuminator. He was the student of the first producer of Mongolian TV and Radio, the skilled and talented, the great producer Badrah. Byambadorj worked for 50 years in MNPTV (Mongolian National Public Television) and he is now retired. Producer Badrah initiated the TV and radio programs ‘Young Women’, ‘The Boys’, the ‘Club of the Smart and Quick-Minded’ that the audience rushed to watch, and right at this time Byambadorj worked as his assistant producer. This interview of his is the history of Mongolian television and the workers of the youth editorial staff. You can find out from here that he has initiated such portrait programs like ‘A Young Gifted Person’, ‘Come to Us’, ‘My Life’. You will also know that he has been producing programs that raised many important timely issues of the social and economic, culture and art editorial staff of Mongolian television. The audience still likes to watch from among the other programs the program ‘Horse Herder’ that he first initiated and submitted to the editorial staff. It is written here that Hürelbaatar has been working on this program. He also gave the name of the MNPTV program ‘Time Wheel’. His life is the history of the Mongolian TV and Radio. The path of history shouldn’t be cut off. Today his daughter Ariuntsetseg is working as a senior editor of the MM Agency and she presents herself to you, the audience, as a skilled journalist.