It's a sans serif like Futura or Neutraface or Gotham or Brandon--but, it's got sharp corners (unlike Brandon), and the central point of the cap M reaches the baseline. And, it's a point--it's not cut off flat.
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Their website uses Gotham, and their on-air promotions use either Helvetica or Kabel (depending on which promotion you're seeing), in all capital letters.