Universal Television and NBC are planning to negotiate over the money, so it looks as if "Miami Vice" will stay in southern Florida after all . . .
It's been costing Universal something like $1.4 million an episode (sometimes as much as $2 million), but NBC pays Universal about $950,000 per . . .
Successful series -- if they build up a library of at least 100 episodes -- can hope to make up the difference in syndication eventually . . .
Both sides finally agreed that things were getting out of hand, but Universal threatened to move the show back to Los Angeles if NBC didn't agree to increase the licensing fee . . .
Now NBC expects Universal to try to cut costs, and Universal expects NBC to pony up a little more per episode, and everybody's happy . . .
Channel 32, the Howard University public TV station, has plans to add daily news programming to its schedule, probably by fall . . .
Arnold Wallace, general manager, said yesterday that the news would probably be included in the nightly "Evening Exchange" program at 7 p.m. . . .
Wallace said the station would rely on the newsgathering facilities of WHUR-FM, Howard's radio station . . . and the emphasis would be on strong local news coverage . . .
CBS' revised Tuesday night lineup took a pasting in its debut. . .
The brand-new "Morningstar/Eveningstar" hour started things off with a 9 Nielsen rating and a 15 percent audience share . . .
Adding to "Morningstar/Eveningstar's" embarrassment: It was even trounced by NBC's "The A-Team," which parlayed appearances by Hulk Hogan and William (The Refrigerator) Perry into a 17.2/27, a whole tenth of a ratings point over last week's episode . . .
Meanwhile, "Mary" returned to CBS at 9 with a 9.8/15, a returning "Foley Square" followed with a flatout 9.0/15 . . . while "The Equalizer" finished the dreadful evening with a 10.6/20 . . .
Over at ABC, "Perfect Strangers" benefited from its "Who's The Boss?" lead-in to score a 21.3/33 at 8:30 . . .
NBC's "Stingray" at 10 did a 14.1/26 to edge ABC's "Spenser: For Hire" in that time slot . . .
The White House yesterday announced its intention to submit the name of Sonia Landau for renomination to the board of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting for a term expiring March 26, 1991 . . .
Landau is currently board chairman of CPB . . .
A spokesman for the Senate Commerce Committee, which has not received the nomination from the White House, said that with a recess planned for today, action on the renomination isn't planned until later in April. Four other seats on the 10-member board are also vacant, and action on Landau's nomination could be further delayed pending receipt from the White House of the other choices for the board . . .