IFN-I is the key regulatory component activating and modulating the response of innate and adaptive immune system to bacterial as well as viral pathogens. IFN-I promotes the expression of IFN-induced genes (ISG) and, consequently, the production of chemokines, e.g., CXCL10. Those chemokines control migration and localization of immune cells in tissues, and, thus, are critical to the function of the innate immune system during infection. Consequently, the regulation of IFN-I signaling is essential for the proper induction of an immune response. Our previous study has shown that E3 ubiquitin ligase Pellino3 positively regulates IFNβ expression and secretion. Herein, we examined the role of Pellino3 ligase in regulating CXCL10 expression in response to IFNβ stimulation. Our experiments were carried out on murine macrophage cell line (BMDM) and human monocytes cell line (THP-1) using IFNβ as a IFNAR ligand. We demonstrate that Pellino3 is important for IFNβ-induced phosphorylation and nuclear translocation of STAT1/STAT2/IRF9 complex which interacts with CXCL10 promoter and enhances its expression. In this study, we characterize a novel molecular mechanism allowing Pellino3-dependent modulation of the IFNβ-induced response in BMDM and THP-1 cell lines.