We have had film and television stars. The next generation of screen stars appears to be young and they are internet stars. YouTubing and Social Media celebrities are being born now and it’s a way of earning income as is working for television and film. Amplify Live is touring Australia and features some of these celebrities. There is a write up on it in the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper site- Masters of the internet – how savvy teens rule the internet. You can see the internet celebrity industry is being built as were the TV and film industries. It is not just the domain of the young. Helen van Winkle is 87 years old and has nearly 2 million followers on Instagram. You can meet her here on YouTube. Online she is known as Baddie Winkle. Social media entrepreneurs are also making big incomes and enjoying celebrity status. People can use their skills, brains, personalities, creativity and internet connection and create a job, an income. Even pets can become big stars on the internet and generate income and sponsorship. MTV has Doug the Pug featured in its top 15 social media stars for 2015. The lists vary from site to site and probably from country to country. It would be good to get some rock solid global data. So what does that mean for education? Exactly. Did the film industry change schools? Did the television industry change schools? Did these screen industries impact on education? Yes, they did. So will the internet screen industry.