Fr. Corapi and Mother Angelica were at one time the ONLY reasons I watched EWTN regularly with any sort of excitement. Now, my TV is always off, collecting dust. I would like to say that having Michael Voris on the EWTN team would probably make my TV pop on again!
I do see Steve GC's point, although his warning didn't happen with me. As I was exploring Catholicism, I was repeatedly drawn to Michael Voris, and his "One True Faith" segments were very helpful. Unfortunately, I am limited to the free programs on his website at the moment because, for most of the time, I am a broke college student and for the rest of the time, I may have money, but that money is used for books so I can succeed as a broke college student.
Of all the Catholic apologists, Michael Voris certainly helped me the most during my conversion, although he was not, of course, my only dose of daily Catholicism. After him was Tim Staples and Fr. Corapi, whose voice for some reason always reminded me of Sean Connery.
I do agree that EWTN having Michael Voris would not be very wise for EWTN. For most, I imagine, softer tones are needed before the words behind the tones are listened to. So, while I personally would enjoy a Voris-EWTN companionship, I can see, like Steve before me, how that may not be exactly prudent.