Ron Reagan will be going on the air soon. The son of the former "Teflon president" is starting his own syndicated show and it was one of the big attractions at a television programmers' convention in New Orleans this week. "There's always room for a good show if it's meeting the needs of the audience," said Shelley Schwab of MCA TV, which is producing "Late Night With Ron Reagan." "Reagan has just a little different approach. His personality is what makes him different." The show opens with a "videlog" instead of a monolog by the host, which sets a theme that is maintained through the show with its guests and entertainment.