In the years from 1983 to 1993, he was working as an editor for “Arts and Literature Newspaper” under the “Union of Mongolian Writers”.
In 1994-2000, he invaluably contributed to strengthen the Democracy in Mongolia through free and independent press as a Head of the Press Institute of Mongolia, an organization established with a sole goal to develop and strengthen then-still young democracy in Mongolia.
He started his career in the field of television when he worked as a Director of Mongolian National Television from 2000 to 2004. His experience in the field continued with Director for one of private TV stations “TV9”. His managerial skill is evaluated highly not only by his colleagues but also by his competitors in the field for the “TV9” has become one of the top televisions in Mongolia under his leadership.
After the parliamentary election of 2012, he challenged himself again on the new post to make “ETV” one of the national television stations with most audience and managed to succeed.
Since 2014 he has been working as a Director, “NTV”. The past fifteen years of television career made him to be called Enkhbat from Television.
He is the only person in Mongolia who bought exclusive rights to “Euro-2012” and “World Cup 2014” aired by “TV9” and “ETV”.