The Washington Post’s Arc Publishing today announced it has signed The ChosunIlbo, the largest and most influential news publication in Korea. ChosunIlbo is Arc’s first customer in Korea.

“Arc offers publishers a content management system that was designed to meet the needs of a modern newsroom, with a focus on creating a more efficient and streamlined workflow and improving site speed and performance for the benefit of readers,” said Scot Gillespie, Vice President and general manager of Arc Publishing. “We are pleased to welcome The ChosunIlbo to the Arc Publishing family and support the paper in realizing its digital vision for the future.”

Juno Bang, Vice President at The ChosunIlbo, said, “We are glad to establish a close relationship with The Washington Post, one of the world’s leading media and technology companies, with the introduction of Arc Publishing,” and added, “The ChosunIlbo, which celebrates its 100th anniversary this year, will lead the innovation in the Korean media market both on and offline in cooperation with Arc.”

The Arc platform, which is built on top of Amazon Web Services (AWS) and integrates industry-leading technologies, powers multinational brands, top news publications, and broadcasters in the U.S. and around the world.

About The Washington Post’s Arc Publishing

Arc Publishing ( is an award-winning, state-of-the-art digital platform and suite of tools that’s engineered to meet the demands of modern publishers, brands and broadcasters around the world. Built by The Washington Post, Arc technology handles complex multi-site publishing and audience needs across video, web, apps, subscriptions and ad monetization, providing a competitive advantage enhanced by a set of sophisticated machine learning and AI-powered tools. Arc has powered the digital transformation of clients both large and small across the globe, currently serving more than 750 million unique visitors monthly. At its core, Arc is about speed and innovation: for readers, newsrooms, brands, advertisers and developers.