Let's end this discussion once and for all, shall we?
"Below are some of the new words to enter our most recently published dictionary of current English: the Oxford Dictionary of English (Revised Second Edition)."
- noun a digital recording of a radio broadcast or similar programme, made available on the Internet for downloading to a personal audio player.
— origin early 21st century: from iPod, a proprietary name for a personal audio player.
Then again, this is from the Brits, who use words like programme. (I kid...I love the Brits, I truly do)